This article focuses on the H-1B visa cap, which employers feel is too low and has drastically reduced their ability to hire highly qualified employees. Critics of U.S. immigration policies, who feel that too many jobs are given to people from other countries, argue that H-1B visas are just another form of outsourcing and should be reduced. Littler's Jorge Lopez does not see an increase in the number of H-1B visas anytime soon. "You have an election year. It's a very volatile issue, and I don't think politicians are going to touch it," says Lopez.