In my opinion, this bill offers a short-term, short-sighted solution to a much deeper and more complex problem. It would likely benefit the technology industry that recruits heavily from India, which is one of the fastest growing and highest grossing industries in the U.S. However, it would disadvantage other industries that also rely on immigration for supplying ample workforce such as healthcare and engineering. We need to consider the comprehensive impact of changing immigration on ALL the industries as well as ALL communities. Let's seek an immigration reform that gives preference to highly educated, highly skilled workers from all countries at greater and faster processing speeds. We should increase immigration in the ways that it will benefit the U.S. and its industries and communities holistically for generations to come, NOT just a quick solution to a pressing demand for technological jobs in this decade.