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High-Skilled Immigration Reform – Now Is The Time

Five days.That’s how long it took to reach the H-1B cap in 2013. As the economy recovers and companies begin to hire more workers, this number will likely go down to one, as it has been in the past.

Sep 13, 2013 by Ayush Soni

Qualcomm Honored for 3G Mobile Vision Project in China

“The doctor told me that soon I will be able to see without my glasses!” said one of the children participating in the Mobile Vision Project who has amblyopia. Sometimes called “lazy eye,” amblyopia is the most common cause of vision impairment in childhood. Detected early, amblyopia is treatable. Left untreated, however, it can cause lifelong disability.

Jan 15, 2013 by Bin Zhao

The Future of Mobility Event

At Qualcomm, we live and breathe mobile technology. We are acutely aware that it has transformed the way we live our lives and connect to the world around us. That is why we were thrilled to learn that TIME was devoting a special issue to wireless technology and bringing together industry experts to further examine the transformative power of mobile.

Oct 1, 2012 by Christine Trimble

The Future of Mobile is Young and Bright

6:23 a.m. My phone is playing ‘Here Comes the Sun,’ by The Beatles. This rising sun brings the last day of my internship at Qualcomm, and the calendar notice on my phone confirms this fact that I would much rather were fiction. 6:36 a.m. Showered, dressed, and making breakfast, phone in hand. I check my emails—somehow I managed to sleep through my phone chirping “new message” during the night—and scroll through Facebook and Twitter. Nothing too exciting seems to have happened overnight, but I have yet to check my work email. My phone’s daily weather alert says it will be warm and sunny again today, so I leave my blazer at home.

Aug 29, 2012

“Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act” is a Win for U.S. Employers

On June 11, 2012, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services announced that, after only ten short weeks of accepting applications, it had reached the Fiscal Year 2013 cap on congressionally mandated H-1B work visas. This came as a surprise to many, considering it took six months to reach the cap for Fiscal Year 2012 and more than eight months for Fiscal Year 2011.

Jul 10, 2012 by Alice Tornquist

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