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Senator Chris Coons and Lamar Alexander  introduced bi-partisan Jobs Act of 2012 yesterday. SMART Jobs Act of 2012 is an extremely well thought and the right solution for promoting innovation and competitiveness in United States.

SMART Act has all the sensible ingredients for helping the economy by preserving the best minds here in the US so that new businesses can start and create more jobs, right here in the US.

Here are the key highlights of SMART Jobs Act of 2012 :

  • Students pursuing masters or doctorate degrees in STEM fields in the United States may enter the U.S. on a new non-immigrant (F-4) visa.
  • Following completion of their degrees, the students will have one year during which they may continue to reside legally in the U.S. while seeking a job in a STEM field.
  • After securing full–]time employment in a STEM field, the graduates may have their status adjusted to Legal Permanent Resident.

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