Proposed immigration changes, including to the H-1B visa program, are being welcomed by some U.S.-based tech companies that compete with consulting firms abroad, even while other big tech vendors aren't keen on the proposal. Encouraging U.S. IT development "is the right thing for the United States for maintaining its technological self-sufficiency," said Brian Keane, CEO at Ameritas Technologies.
Some U.S.-based tech firms encouraged by immigration bill
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