Margaret Everett

Portland State University

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Margaret Everett is vice provost for international affairs and dean of graduate studies at Portland State University

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America's  H-1B program  allows US companies to hire foreign workers skilled in "specialty occupations," including science, technology, medicine and the law.

Does "hire an American" mean fire a foreigner?

America's H-1B program allows US companies to hire foreign workers skilled in "specialty occupations," including science, technology, medicine and the law.

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