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FORTUNE — If you’re an immigration lawyer, this is a busy time of year. Each April the U.S. begins to accept new applications for H-1B work visas — the sort reserved for the highly skilled foreigners coveted by U.S. firms. This year 65,000 H-1B visas are available. Things are off to a plodding start thus far: As of May 6, only 18,000 applications had been filed for regular H-1Bs, a slower pace than in the past, and evidence — were any more needed — that the economic recovery has not so far led to a wave of hiring.

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