• Tech firms sponsored 45,000 H-1B workers in the past 3 years, report says. Many are now laid-off and struggling to stay in the US

    8 days ago - By Business Insider

    Many H-1B workers sponsored by tech firms like Meta and Twitter have been laid off. Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters
    Major tech firms sponsored 45,000 H-1B workers in the past three years, Bloomberg reported.
    At least 350 immigrants were affected by Meta and Twitter's latest job cuts.
    Some H-1B workers are staying at Twitter out of fear of being "forced out of the country," per CNN.
    Many H-1B workers sponsored by big tech firms in the past three years have since been laid off, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Major tech firms including Amazon, Lyft, Meta, Twitter, Salesforce, and Stripe...
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