Obama Helps Apple Pickers, Not Apple Coders

The U.S. could do much more for foreign professionals who need U.S. work visas than give them a single sentence in the president's immigration-reform speech.

Stay where you are.

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President Barack Obama's plan to reshape the U.S. immigration system is painfully lopsided. He has failed to address the humiliating and nonsensical rules that American companies -- the Googles, Microsofts and Facebooks, as well as many smaller companies -- must follow to recruit skilled workers from overseas.

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