As the economy improves, the demand for H – 1B visas steadily increase. This year 189,000 H – 1B’s were rejected. Congress has many problems, but the key problem is trying to do a major immigration reform bill. A congressman who wants to increase the number of approved H1-B visas per year is being hostage by other congressmen who want to have reforms on illegal immigration policies. But the H-1B issue has nothing to do with the other. Both the House and the Senate believe that there should be legal immigration into the country. But some members refuse to look at the bill since it doesn’t include reforms for illegal immigration. Which interest group is holding the other interest hostaged? For example, Silicon Valley wants H-1B visas increased substantially but indifferent to reforms for illegal immigrants. However, they are forced to be in the group of the Pro-Amnesty legislation because they want some action for the Business immigration reform. A simple Bill should be put forward in Congress to increase H –1B. Let Congress vote on this issue based on the merits. In fact, this should be the model for all immigration bills. They should be grouped altogether because business immigration has nothing to do with illegal immigration.