The United States senate on Friday passed an immigration reform Bill that makes it harder and costlier for Indian tech firms to use H-1B workers at their US operations. In a rare show of bi-partisanship, the Democratic-controlled Senate passed the bill by a vote of 68-32, with 14 of the Senate's 46 Republicans joining all 52 Democrats and two independents in support of the bill. But the Bill is not a law yet, and it may never become one in its present form because the House of Representatives, the other chamber of US Congress, is considering its own set of bills.
US Senate passes anti-India immigration legislation
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