29 Oct

IEEE-USA Supports Common Sense H-1B Reform

WASHINGTON (29 October 2020) – IEEE-USA, which represents nearly 180,000 technology professionals across the United States, applauds the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for taking another bold step to reform the H-1B program. Allocating scarce H-1B visas based on a worker’s value to our economy, as measured by the competitiveness of their wages, […]

15 Oct

DiscoverE Outreach Grant Deadlines Approaching Fast

Application deadlines for DiscoverE’s outreach grants are approaching fast. Don’t miss your chance to fund your events for Engineers Week and Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day. Apply today! Grants ranging from $250-$1000 are available for virtual and in-person programs. Due Oct 31: Bell Girl Day grants for girl-centered programs Due Nov 14: Engineers Week […]

13 Oct

IEEE-USA Welcomes New Rules for H-1B Visas; Further Changes Still Needed

WASHINGTON (12 October 2020) – IEEE-USA supports H-1B reforms made last week by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Department of Labor (DOL) to the H-1B visa program. But while applauding these changes, IEEE-USA remains opposed to restrictions on green cards, which will reduce the number of high-skill immigrants admitted to the United States. […]