Job status in America as I understand it.

Younger Green Card Applicants worry that they will never receive green card in current environment and will remain shackled to company they currently work for who will displace them as they grow older.

Older Green Card HOLDERS worry that they will be forced out as they grow older.

Older Americans have been forced out, or are in the process of being forced out.

Younger Americans are realizing that the deck is stacked against them and that they will never be able to pay off the student loans when the only jobs they can find are entry level jobs with no opportunity to rise above that of where they started at.

Meanwhile our politicians shine the shoes of academia, and our business community with their tongues by turning a blind eye to all of the jobs that are being sent offshore and the tidal wave of non-immigrant guest workers that far exceeds the quantity of jobs that are created in America and displaces Americans and Immigrants alike

It is time to kick it up a notch

I have used your money so far to pay to have fast internet access and electricity for another month.

I want to add the following to my daily broadcast:

A. Green Card Applicant Comments
B. Green Card Holder Comments
C. H-1B and other non-immigrant guest worker Comments
D. American Citizen Comments

To do so I need to purchase the following which will require about $600 more dollars.

I can’t do this on my own.

None of us can.

It will take all of us working together.

I can do all of the work, but it is up to our friends and each other to make it financially possible.

Eventually I would like to add a “call in” line so we can have live discussions, but because of the language barriers, it might be best to use email and text, and even anonymous email’s if necessary.

Who are these people at ITServe Alliance and why are they not working to employ displaced american software types in America?

ITServe Alliance is the largest association of IT consulting firms in the U.S. Member companies provide services to Fortune 500 companies and government agencies by hiring workers in the U.S., and more importantly, keeping jobs in the U.S. Over the last six years, ITServe has worked to bring to light some of the issues consulting firms and their employees face in navigating the current business immigration system.

Our goal from the beginning has been to educate the public on what IT consulting is, and what it isn’t. Through our membership, we reach out to elected officials, the media, and government agencies to find ways to better address the immigration needs of our member companies and their employees.