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AmericanIT Foreign Worker Visas: H-1B, L-1:
Programmers Guild now on Facebook
 
Posted 11 years ago on 12/30/2009
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The Programmers Guild has launched a Facebook page to keep members and fans current with news stories and legislation that impacts our careers. Become a "Fan" today!

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The Programmers Guild has launched a Facebook page to keep members and fans current with news stories and legislation that impacts our careers. If you have a Facebook account please become a "Fan." If you don't have a Facebook account you can either create one or just periodically visit the page to keep informed.

http://tiny.cc/PGFACE (must be upper-case)

Recent postings include an AFL-CIO study that slams the H-1b program, and a draft of a "petition to suspend H-1b until the job market improves" which will be deployed for signatures within a few weeks.

If you don't have a Facebook account consider creating one. They are free and a great way to reconnect with former friends.


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Hi Kim,

Great idea! I became a fan this morning. Also, this post will be pushed out to the American Workforce group in next month's eMag (Feb 2010).

Mike

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Kim Berry is an experienced coder currently specializing in VS.Net C# coding of WinForm and WebForm applications. Kim currently works part time for Prestwood IT Solutions and participates in this online community when time allows. Kim worked fulltime at Prestwood Software for four years and is still available for part time evenings and weekends work. He was one of the main Prestwood developers developing ASPSuite and has coded in many languages including C, Visual Basic, Delphi, and Visual Studio.Net.

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