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19-HR1044 on Feb 7, 2019

Decided Sep 17, 2019
Resolution: the Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act
Source: S.386/H.R.1044
Legislative Summary:This bill increases the per-country cap on family-based immigrant visas from 7% of the total number of such visas available that year to 15%, and eliminates the 7% cap for employment-based immigrant visas. It also removes an offset that reduced the number of visas for individuals from China. The bill also establishes transition rules for employment-based visas from FY2020-FY2022, by reserving a percentage of EB-2 (workers with advanced degrees or exceptional ability), EB-3 (skilled and other workers), and EB-5 (investors) visas for individuals not from the two countries with the largest number of recipients of such visas. Of the unreserved visas, not more than 85% shall be allotted to immigrants from any single country.

Explanation from the Countable.US: Under the current immigration system, immigrants from any one country can claim no more than 7% of the 140,000 employment-based green cards issued annually to foreign nationals working in the U.S. This significantly disadvantages immigrants from larger countries that more immigrants come from.

For example, China (population 1.3 billion) and India have large backlogs of workers wishing to immigrate to and work in the U.S., but they have the name visa caps as countries such as Iceland or Estonia (population 1.3 million), which have both much smaller populations and far fewer citizens seeking to immigrate to the U.S.

The net effect of this is that immigrants from India and China can face decades-long waits, averaging 2-3 times the wait times for immigrants from other countries, for green cards, and many have to return home because they can't get permanent residency; meanwhile, countries such as Iceland and Estonia never come close to reaching their visa limit caps.

Legislative outcome Roll call 437 in House on 7/10/2019 passed 365-65-2; referred to Committee in Senate 7/9/2019; no action as of 1/1/2020.

    Participating counts on VoteMatch question 12. Question 12: Pathway to citizenship for illegal aliens Scores: -2=Strongly oppose; -1=Oppose; 0=neutral; 1=Support; 2=Strongly support.
  • Topic: Immigration
  • Headline: Increase both high-skill and family-based visa caps (Score: 1)
  • Headline 2: Sponsored bill to increase high-skill and family visa caps (Score: 2)
  • Headline 3: blank

    Participating counts on AmericansElect question 4.
  • Headline: Increase both high-skill and family-based visa caps (Answer: B)
  • Headline 2: Sponsored bill to increase high-skill and family visa caps (Answer: A)
  • Headline 3: blank
  • AmericansElect Quiz Question 4 on Immigration: When you think about illegal immigration, which of the following solutions come closest to your opinion?
    • A: All illegal immigrants should be able to stay in the US legally
    • B: Most illegal immigrants should be able to stay in the US, with some exceptions
    • C: Most illegal immigrants should be deported, with some exceptions
    • D: All illegal immigrants should be deported
    • E: Unsure

  • Key for participation codes:
  • Sponsorships: p=sponsored; o=co-sponsored; s=signed
  • Memberships: c=chair; m=member; e=endorsed; f=profiled; s=scored
  • Resolutions: i=introduced; w=wrote; a=adopted
  • Cases: w=wrote; j=joined; d=dissented; c=concurred
  • Surveys: '+' supports; '-' opposes.

Democrats participating in 19-HR1044

Alma Adams s1oNorth Carolina Democratic House MemberFeb 19, 2019
Pete Aguilar s1oCalifornia Democratic House Member 
Colin Allred s1oTexas DemocratMay 17, 2019
Tammy Baldwin s1oWI Democratic Challenger 
Nanette Barragan s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 5, 2019
Karen Bass s1oCalifornia DemocratApr 8, 2019
Joyce Beatty s1oOhio Democrat 
Michael Bennet s1oCO Democratic candidate for President; Colorado Senator 
Ami Bera s1oCalifornia Democrat 
Don Beyer s1oVirginia Democratic House MemberMar 27, 2019
Sanford Bishop s1oGeorgia DemocratFeb 25, 2019
Earl Blumenauer s1oOregon Democrat 
Richard Blumenthal s1oCT Democratic Sr SenatorOct 31, 2019
Suzanne Bonamici s1oOregon Democrat 
Brendan Boyle s1oPennsylvania Democratic House MemberApr 2, 2019
Anthony Brindisi s1oNew York DemocratFeb 26, 2019
Anthony Brown s1oMaryland DemocratApr 10, 2019
Julia Brownley s1oCalifornia Democrat 
G.K. Butterfield s1oNorth Carolina DemocratMay 2, 2019
Maria Cantwell s1oWA Democratic Jr Senator 
Salud Carbajal s1oCalifornia DemocratFeb 11, 2019
Tony Cardenas s1oCalifornia Democrat 
Andre Carson s1oIndiana Democrat 
Matt Cartwright s1oPennsylvania DemocratFeb 13, 2019
Kathy Castor s1oFlorida DemocratMar 8, 2019
Joaquin Castro s1oTexas DemocratMar 8, 2019
Judy Chu s1oCalifornia DemocratMay 2, 2019
David Cicilline s1oRhode Island Democrat 
Gil Cisneros s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 5, 2019
Katherine Clark s1oMassachusetts DemocratFeb 26, 2019
Yvette Clarke s1oNew York Democrat 
Emmanuel Cleaver s1oMissouri DemocratMar 27, 2019
Steve Cohen s1oTennessee Democrat 
Bonnie Watson Coleman s1oNew Jersey Democratic House Member 
Gerry Connolly s1oVirginia DemocratFeb 28, 2019
Chris Coons s1oDE Democratic Jr SenatorMar 28, 2019
Jim Cooper s1oTennessee Democrat 
Catherine Cortez Masto s1oNV Democratic Senate candidateJun 26, 2019
Jim Costa s1oCalifornia Democrat 
Joe Courtney s1oConnecticut Democrat 
TJ Cox s1oCalifornia Democrat 
Angie Craig s1oMinnesota DemocratMar 5, 2019
Jason Crow s1oColorado Democrat 
Elijah Cummings s1oMaryland DemocratFeb 28, 2019
Sharice Davids s1oKansas Democrat 
Danny Davis s1oIllinois DemocratJun 19, 2019
Susan Davis s1oCalifornia DemocratMay 9, 2019
Madeleine Dean s1oPennsylvania DemocratMar 12, 2019
Peter Defazio s1oOregon DemocratMar 5, 2019
Diana DeGette s1oColorado Democrat 
Rosa DeLauro s1oConnecticut DemocratMar 12, 2019
Suzan DelBene s1oWashington DemocratFeb 11, 2019
Antonio Delgado s1oNew York DemocratFeb 26, 2019
Val Demings s1oFlorida DemocratMay 23, 2019
Mark DeSaulnier s1oCalifornia Democratic House MemberMar 25, 2019
Debbie Dingell s1oMichigan Democratic House Member 
Lloyd Doggett s1oTexas DemocratMay 14, 2019
Tammy Duckworth s1oIL Democratic Senate candidateFeb 25, 2019
Eliot Engel s1oNew York Democrat/Liberal 
Veronica Escobar s1oTexas DemocratJun 12, 2019
Anna Eshoo s1oCalifornia Democrat 
Adriano Espaillat s1oNew York Democrat 
Dwight Evans s1oPennsylvania DemocratApr 8, 2019
Abby Finkenauer s1oIowa DemocratMay 3, 2019
Bill Foster s1oIllinois Democrat 
Lois Frankel s1oFlorida DemocratFeb 11, 2019
Tulsi Gabbard s1oHawaii DemocratFeb 25, 2019
Ruben Gallego s1oArizona Democratic House MemberFeb 25, 2019
John Garamendi s1oCalifornia DemocratFeb 11, 2019
Chuy Garcia s1oIllinois DemocratApr 8, 2019
Sylvia Garcia s1oTexas DemocratFeb 13, 2019
Jared Golden s1oMaine DemocratFeb 13, 2019
Jimmy Gomez s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 14, 2019
Vicente Gonzalez s1oTexas Democrat 
Josh Gottheimer s1oNew Jersey DemocratMar 26, 2019
Al Green s1oTexas DemocratFeb 28, 2019
Josh Harder s1oCalifornia Democrat 
Kamala Harris s1oCA Democratic nominee for Vice President; California Senator 
Alcee Hastings s1oFlorida DemocratFeb 19, 2019
Jahana Hayes s1oConnecticut DemocratMar 5, 2019
Denny Heck s1oWashington DemocratMar 5, 2019
Brian Higgins s1oNew York DemocratFeb 19, 2019
Katie Hill s1oCalifornia DemocratMay 2, 2019
Kendra Horn s1oOklahoma DemocratMay 2, 2019
Steven Horsford s1oNevada DemocratApr 1, 2019
Chrissy Houlahan s1oPennsylvania DemocratMay 21, 2019
Jared Huffman s1oCalifornia DemocratApr 29, 2019
Sheila Jackson Lee s1oTexas Democrat 
Pramila Jayapal s1oWashington Democrat 
Hakeem Jeffries s1oNew York DemocratApr 4, 2019
Eddie Bernice Johnson s1oTexas Democrat 
Hank Johnson s1oGeorgia DemocratFeb 7, 2019
Doug Jones s1oAL Democratic Alabama U.S. SenatorApr 2, 2019
Robin Kelly s1oIllinois DemocratFeb 19, 2019
Joe Kennedy III s1oMA Democratic Senate challengerFeb 13, 2019
Dan Kildee s1oMichigan DemocratMar 25, 2019
Derek Kilmer s1oWashington DemocratFeb 19, 2019
Andy Kim s1oNew Jersey DemocratMay 14, 2019
Ron Kind s1oWI Former Democratic challenger (2012) 
Ann Kirkpatrick s1oArizona DemocratFeb 28, 2019
Amy Klobuchar s1oMN Democrat/DFL Sr SenatorMar 26, 2019
Raja Krishnamoorthi s1oIllinois Democrat 
Conor Lamb s1oPennsylvania DemocratFeb 19, 2019
James Langevin s1oRhode Island Democrat 
Rick Larsen s1oWashington Democrat 
John Larson s1oConnecticut DemocratMar 8, 2019
Brenda Lawrence s1oMichigan Democratic House MemberFeb 25, 2019
Al Lawson s1oFlorida Democrat 
Barbara Lee s1oCalifornia DemocratFeb 25, 2019
Susie Lee s1oNevada DemocratMar 25, 2019
Andy Levin s1oMichigan DemocratMar 14, 2019
Mike Levin s1oCalifornia DemocratMay 28, 2019
Ted Lieu s1oCalifornia Democratic House MemberMay 23, 2019
Dan Lipinski s1oIllinois DemocratMar 12, 2019
Zoe Lofgren s2pCalifornia Democrat 
Alan Lowenthal s1oCalifornia Democrat 
Elaine Luria s1oVirginia DemocratMar 12, 2019
Steve Lynch s1oMassachusetts Democrat (Senate run 2013)Mar 8, 2019
Tom Malinowski s1oNew Jersey Democrat 
Carolyn Maloney s1oNew York Democrat/LiberalFeb 26, 2019
Sean Maloney s1oNew York DemocratFeb 19, 2019
Doris Matsui s1oCalifornia Democrat 
Ben McAdams s1oUtah DemocratFeb 25, 2019
Lucy McBath s1oGeorgia Democrat 
Betty McCollum s1oMinnesota Democrat 
Donald McEachin s1oVirginia Democrat 
Jim McGovern s1oMassachusetts Democrat 
Jerry McNerney s1oCalifornia DemocratFeb 28, 2019
Gregory Meeks s1oNew York Dem./Working-Families 
Grace Meng s1oNew York Democrat 
Jeff Merkley s1oOR Democratic Jr Senator 
Gwen Moore s1oWisconsin Democrat 
Joe Morelle s1oNew York Democrat 
Debbie Mucarsel-Powell s1oFlorida DemocratMar 14, 2019
Stephanie Murphy s1oFlorida Democrat 
Jerrold Nadler s1oNew York Dem./Lib./Working-Families 
Grace Napolitano s1oCalifornia DemocratFeb 25, 2019
Richard Neal s1oMassachusetts DemocratMar 12, 2019
Joe Neguse s1oColorado DemocratFeb 26, 2019
Donald Norcross s1oNew Jersey Democratic House MemberMar 8, 2019
Tom O`Halleran s1oArizona DemocratApr 2, 2019
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez s1oNew York DemocratMar 25, 2019
Frank Pallone s1oNew Jersey Democrat 
Jimmy Panetta s1oCalifornia Democrat 
Chris Pappas s1oNew Hampshire DemocratApr 29, 2019
Bill Pascrell s1oNew Jersey Democrat 
Donald Payne s1oNew Jersey Former Democrat(Deceased 2012)Apr 29, 2019
Ed Perlmutter s1oCO Democratic candidate for GovernorMar 14, 2019
Scott Peters s1oCalifornia DemocratFeb 19, 2019
Dean Phillips s1oMinnesota DemocratApr 8, 2019
Chellie Pingree s1oMaine Democrat 
Mark Pocan s1oWisconsin DemocratFeb 25, 2019
Ayanna Pressley s1oMassachusetts DemocratApr 8, 2019
David Eugene Price s1oNorth Carolina Democrat 
Mike Quigley s1oIllinois DemocratFeb 25, 2019
Jamie Raskin s1oMaryland Democrat 
Kathleen Rice s1oNew York Democratic House Member 
Cedric Richmond s1oLouisiana DemocratMar 5, 2019
Harley Rouda s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 26, 2019
Bobby Rush s1oIllinois DemocratFeb 13, 2019
Tim Ryan s1oOH Democratic candidate for President; U.S. Rep from OH-13Feb 28, 2019
Linda Sanchez s1oCalifornia DemocratFeb 26, 2019
John Sarbanes s1oMaryland Democrat 
Mary Gay Scanlon s1oPennsylvania DemocratFeb 11, 2019
Adam Schiff s1oCalifornia DemocratFeb 25, 2019
Brad Schneider s1oIllinois DemocratFeb 13, 2019
Kurt Schrader s1oOregon DemocratFeb 26, 2019
Kim Schrier s1oWashington DemocratFeb 19, 2019
David Scott s1oGeorgia DemocratFeb 26, 2019
Donna Shalala s1oFlorida Democrat 
Brad Sherman s1oCalifornia DemocratJun 14, 2019
Mikie Sherrill s1oNew Jersey DemocratApr 2, 2019
Kyrsten Sinema s1oArizona Democrat 
Albio Sires s1oNew Jersey Democrat 
Elissa Slotkin s1oMichigan DemocratMar 25, 2019
David Adam Smith s1oWashington Democrat 
Tina Smith s1oMN Democratic Minnesota Lieutenant GovernorJun 19, 2019
Darren Soto s1oFlorida Democrat 
Abigail Spanberger s1oVirginia DemocratMar 25, 2019
Jackie Speier s1oCalifornia Democrat 
Greg Stanton s1oArizona DemocratMar 25, 2019
Haley Stevens s1oMichigan DemocratFeb 25, 2019
Mark Takano s1oCalifornia Democrat 
Bennie Thompson s1oMississippi DemocratMar 25, 2019
Mike Thompson s1oCalifornia DemocratMar 12, 2019
Dina Titus s1oNevada Democrat 
Paul Tonko s1oNew York Democrat 
Norma Torres s1oCalifornia Democratic House Member 
Lori Trahan s1oMassachusetts DemocratMar 25, 2019
David Trone s1oMaryland DemocratMay 14, 2019
Marc Veasey s1oTexas DemocratMar 5, 2019
Filemon Vela s1oTexas DemocratMar 12, 2019
Nydia Velazquez s1oNew York Democrat/Working-FamiliesFeb 11, 2019
Peter Visclosky s1oIndiana DemocratMar 12, 2019
Mark Warner s1oVA Democratic Sr Senator; previously GovernorApr 11, 2019
Debbie Wasserman Schultz s1oFlorida DemocratFeb 11, 2019
Peter Welch s1oVermont Democrat 
Jennifer Wexton s1oVirginia DemocratMar 8, 2019
Susan Wild s1oPennsylvania Democrat 
Ron Wyden s1oOR Democratic Sr Senator 
John Yarmuth s1oKentucky Democrat 

Republicans participating in 19-HR1044

Mark Amodei s1oNevada RepublicanMay 9, 2019
Kelly Armstrong s1oNorth Dakota RepublicanFeb 25, 2019
Don Bacon s1oNebraska Republican 
Jim Baird s1oIndiana RepublicanApr 10, 2019
Troy Balderson s1oOhio RepublicanMar 8, 2019
Jim Banks s1oIndiana RepublicanMar 26, 2019
Andy Barr s1oKentucky Republican 
Gus Bilirakis s1oFlorida Republican 
Rob Bishop s1oUtah RepublicanFeb 11, 2019
Roy Blunt s1oMissouri Republican (until 2010) 
Mike Bost s1oIllinois Republican House MemberMar 12, 2019
Mike Braun s1oIN Republican Candidate for Indiana U. S. SenatorMar 14, 2019
Susan Brooks s1oIndiana Republican 
Ken Buck s1oCO Republican Challenger (withdrawn) 
Larry Bucshon s1oIndiana RepublicanFeb 13, 2019
Ted Budd s1oNorth Carolina RepublicanJun 21, 2019
Bradley Byrne s1oAL Republican 2020 Senate ChallengerJun 10, 2019
Ken Calvert s1oCalifornia Republican 
Ben Cline s1oVirginia RepublicanApr 9, 2019
Tom Cole s1oOklahoma RepublicanFeb 26, 2019
Susan Collins s1oME Republican Sr Senator 
James Comer s1oKentucky Republican 
Paul Cook s1oCalifornia RepublicanMar 8, 2019
John Cornyn s1oTX Republican Sr SenatorMay 13, 2019
Tom Cotton s1oAR Republican Senator 
Kevin Cramer s1oND Republican candidate for North Dakota U.S. Senator 
Michael Crapo s1oID Republican Sr SenatorFeb 25, 2019
Dan Crenshaw s1oTexas RepublicanMar 26, 2019
John Curtis s1oUtah Republican 
Rodney Davis s1oIllinois Republican 
Scott DesJarlais s1oTennessee RepublicanJun 14, 2019
Tom Emmer s1oMinnesota Republican House Member 
Joni Ernst s1oIA Republican Jr SenatorMay 14, 2019
Ron Estes s1oKansas Republican 
Brian Fitzpatrick s1oPennsylvania Republican 
Chuck Fleischmann s1oTennessee RepublicanFeb 28, 2019
Bill Flores s1oTexas RepublicanJun 18, 2019
Russ Fulcher s1oID RepublicanMar 12, 2019
Cory Gardner s1oCO Republican Senator 
Greg Gianforte s1oMontana RepublicanJun 19, 2019
Bob Gibbs s1oOhio Republican 
Anthony Gonzalez s1oOhio RepublicanFeb 28, 2019
Jenniffer Gonzalez-Colon s1oPuerto Rico Republican 
Lance Gooden s1oTexas RepublicanFeb 13, 2019
Kay Granger s1oTexas RepublicanMay 28, 2019
Samuel Graves s1oMissouri RepublicanMay 14, 2019
Mark Green s1oTN Republican candidate for GovernorJun 10, 2019
Glenn Grothman s1oWisconsin Republican House MemberMay 2, 2019
Michael Guest s1oMississippi Republican 
Brett Guthrie s1oKentucky Republican 
Jim Hagedorn s1oMinnesota RepublicanJun 12, 2019
Vicky Hartzler s1oMissouri RepublicanMay 9, 2019
Kevin Hern s1oOklahoma RepublicanMay 17, 2019
Jaime Herrera s1oWashington Republican 
Jody Hice s1oGeorgia Republican House Member 
French Hill s1oArkansas Republican House Member 
John Hoeven s1oND Former Republican Governor (2000-2010)Mar 25, 2019
Duncan Hunter s1oCalifornia Republican (Retiring 2008)Apr 29, 2019
Will Hurd s1oTexas Republican House Member 
Bill Johnson s1oOhio Republican 
John Katko s1oNew York Republican House Member 
Mike Kelly s1oPennsylvania RepublicanFeb 19, 2019
Trent Kelly s1oMississippi Republican House MemberFeb 25, 2019
Peter King s1oNew York Rep./Ind./Cons./Right-To-Life 
Adam Kinzinger s1oIllinois Republican 
Doug LaMalfa s1oCalifornia RepublicanMar 8, 2019
Doug Lamborn s1oColorado RepublicanFeb 26, 2019
James Lankford s1oOK Republican Senate challengerFeb 25, 2019
Mike Lee s2pUT Republican Jr Senator 
Debbie Lesko s1oArizona RepublicanMar 25, 2019
Billy Long s1oMissouri Republican 
Blaine Luetkemeyer s1oMissouri RepublicanMar 8, 2019
Roger Marshall s1oKansas Republican 
Thomas Massie s1oKentucky Republican 
Michael McCaul s1oTexas RepublicanMar 5, 2019
Cathy McMorris-Rodgers s1oWashington Republican 
Martha McSally s1oArizona Republican House MemberFeb 25, 2019
Paul Mitchell s1oMichigan RepublicanMay 9, 2019
John Moolenaar s1oMichigan Republican House MemberMay 28, 2019
Jerry Moran s1oKansas Republican (until 2010) 
Markwayne Mullin s1oOklahoma RepublicanMay 14, 2019
Lisa Murkowski s1oAK Republican Sr SenatorJun 12, 2019
Dan Newhouse s1oWashington Republican House Member 
Ralph Norman s1oSouth Carolina Republican 
Greg Pence s1oIndiana RepublicanApr 2, 2019
Scott Perry s1oPennsylvania Republican 
Rob Portman s1oOH Republican Jr SenatorFeb 25, 2019
Tom Reed s1oNew York RepublicanMar 8, 2019
Guy Reschenthaler s1oPennsylvania RepublicanJun 4, 2019
Denver Riggleman s1oVirginia Republican 
Phil Roe s1oTennessee Republican 
Hal Rogers s1oKentucky RepublicanMay 2, 2019
David Rouzer s1oNorth Carolina Republican House MemberFeb 13, 2019
John Rutherford s1oFlorida Republican 
David Schweikert s1oArizona RepublicanFeb 11, 2019
Mike Simpson s1oIdaho RepublicanMar 5, 2019
Christopher Smith s1oNew Jersey RepublicanJun 14, 2019
Jason Smith s1oMissouri RepublicanApr 2, 2019
Lloyd Smucker s1oPennsylvania RepublicanMay 21, 2019
Ross Spano s1oFlorida RepublicanMay 21, 2019
Pete Stauber s1oMinnesota RepublicanFeb 11, 2019
Elise Stefanik s1oNew York Republican House Member 
Bryan Steil s1oWisconsin RepublicanMar 25, 2019
Chris Stewart s1oUtah Republican 
Steve Stivers s1oOhio Republican 
Van Taylor s1oTexas RepublicanMay 9, 2019
Glenn Thompson s1oPennsylvania RepublicanFeb 19, 2019
Mac Thornberry s1oTexas RepublicanFeb 13, 2019
William Timmons s1oSouth Carolina RepublicanJun 24, 2019
Scott Tipton s1oColorado RepublicanFeb 28, 2019
Fred Upton s1oMichigan Republican 
Ann Wagner s1oMissouri Republican 
Greg Walden s1oOregon RepublicanMar 25, 2019
Jackie Walorski s1oIndiana RepublicanMay 17, 2019
Steve Watkins s1oKansas RepublicanFeb 11, 2019
Brad Wenstrup s1oOhio RepublicanApr 29, 2019
Bruce Westerman s1oArkansas Republican House Member 
Roger Wicker s1oMississippi Republican (Senate 2008)Feb 25, 2019
Roger Williams s1oTexas RepublicanMar 8, 2019
Rob Wittman s1oVA Republican 2017 Gubernatorial candidateApr 29, 2019
Steve Womack s1oArkansas RepublicanMar 25, 2019
Rob Woodall s1oGeorgia Republican 
Ron Wright s1oTexas RepublicanFeb 26, 2019
Ted Yoho s1oFlorida RepublicanJun 14, 2019
Don Young s1oAlaska Republican 
Todd Young s1oIN Republican Senate ChallengerMay 7, 2019

Independents participating in 19-HR1044

Mitt Romney s1oMA Former GOP Governor (2003-2006); Pres. candidate (2008)May 9, 2019
Eric Swalwell s1oCA Presidential candidate (withdrawn); U.S. Rep from CA-15 

Total recorded by OnTheIssues:

Democrats: 201
Republicans: 126
Independents: 2

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