Latest H-1B News

I try and put all of the H-1B news that I can find on this page so that you can read in one session the latest news, kind of like a newspaper – If you think your articles should be here and you have a RSS feed, send it to me and I will make it happen as it is going to take all of us working together to beat these sorry bastards that are putting us out of work and leaving us nowhere to turn except suicide.

I have started working again on exposing the H-1B Data at H-1B Hunting Licenses.

Many say that the H-1B is NOT paid less than the American that they have replaced, but when you look at the data you quickly realize what they are being offered in wages IF they get it as many of the vultures will not pay what they say they will on the LCA Application.

Click here to see what they are being paid for Fiscal Year 2016.

To quickly see what type of jobs these H-1B Hunting Licenses are being purchased for, you can click here.

I will be adding the Fiscal Year 2017 data soon, so stay tuned.

  • 60 Minutes Sunday 19th March

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    • 60 Minutes on H-1B, Sunday March 17, 2017
      Some activist critics of H-1B are quite excited that 60 Minutes will run a piece on H-1B this Sunday. But I will not bother to watch, as this preview shows that the 60 Minutes people are doing exactly what I urged them NOT to do: Portray the H-1B visa as basically sound and helpful to […]
    • Fake News about Whiz Kids March 15, 2017
      Often there is a news item, typically based on some highly misleading “study” by an even more highly biased analyst who has a direct vested interest in the outcome, that I would rather just ignore. Time is precious. But occasionally such a news item is so widely disseminated that I get a number queries about […]
    • 1994, 2010 and (?) 2018 March 9, 2017
      Right after taking office in 1993, Bill Clinton — a Democrat with a Democratic Congress — decided to take on the issue of health care policy, putting Hillary in charge. She came up with an innovative but highly complex plan that failed politically, resulting in the Democrats losing the midterm elections in 1994. Right after […]
    • Sen. Warren Got Off Easy March 2, 2017
      I am a huge fan of Senator Elizabeth Warren. I believe that she does need educating on some issues, but she is highly admirable. Anyone who is concerned with the plight of the working poor, or has something of a feminist bent, should read her book. A Fighting Chance. Any proposal for replacing Obamacare must […]
    • Summers Tribute to Kenneth Arrow February 26, 2017
      Larry Summers is not one of my favorite economists. Maybe I don’t know enough to make judgments, but I can’t forgive him for railroading Bill Clinton into overly relaxing controls on Wall Street in 2000, eventually contributing to disaster in 2008. But what a beautiful remembrance Summers has written about his uncle, Nobel Laureate Kenneth Arrow, […]
  • Why is the Tech industry afraid of a fair fight?

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    • CBO Report: Foreign Workers in U.S. February 28, 2011
      The Congressional Budget Office reports US looses $66 billion dollars in 2009 to foreign workers. How is the US ever going to resolve its defict if work continues to be outsourced? Hire Americans First and make the US strong again.
    • Jared Polis has proposed a start-up visa to entice "foreigners December 31, 2009
      Congressman Jared Polis has proposed a start-up visa to entice "foreigners with good ideas" to stay in the US. The issue has been gathering steam in Silicon Valley where half of all tech company founders are immigrants, according to Duke University research. "Every day the American economy is losing ground - not to mention high-tech […]
    • US workers are being driven out of the IT business April 16, 2009
      Employer" posted 22 with $138.00 paid for one project. Insulting is not the half of it. When I turned this creep down, he started spamming me with nastygrams and snide jabs like this one "well, i'm sure you have excellent skills, but in this usa economy, we only use overseas talent at $12 - $15 […]
    • Silicon Valley pushes for H1B visas April 9, 2009
      "The H-1B program is good for California and good for the country," wrote San Francisco Chronicle in an editorial today. Speaking out against the provision of the stimulus bill that blocks H-1B hiring by companies which have received federal money....
    • Corruption and Greed - Serious Issues with H-1Bs and L1s in Technology Today January 27, 2009
      I will be writing a series of articles in blogs and in columns through various publications regarding the rapidly unfolding events pertaining to the seriousness of the H-1B non immigrant worker and its effects on undercutting competitive US wages.
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    • Why Germany Is So Much Better at Training Its Workers March 21, 2017
      At last, unemployment is easing. But the latest low rate—hovering below 6 percent–obscures a deeper, longer-term problem: “skills mismatches” in the labor force, which will only worsen in years to come. According to the most recent figures, 9.3 million Americans are unemployed, but 4.8 million jobs stand empty because employers can’t find people to fill […]
    • Job Shadowing Is Effective On-the-Job Training March 21, 2017
      Job shadowing is a type of on-the-job employee job training in which a new employee or an employee desiring to become familiar with a different job, follows and observes a trained and experienced employee. Job shadowing is an effective form of job training for certain jobs. Job shadowing allows a student, employee, or intern to […]
    • You’re Fired March 20, 2017
      60 Minutes investigates how some businesses have fired American workers and replaced them with cheaper labor: temporary, foreign workers with H-1B visas. Bill Whitaker reports.
    • Let’s help intermediaries expand US apprenticeships March 17, 2017
      Thanks to funding from Congress and leadership by the Obama administration, the US Department of Labor issued a grant announcement requesting proposals from national intermediary organizations to expand apprenticeships in the United States.  Intermediaries stand between the government and private individuals, families, and employers. Since the 1830s, when Alexis de Tocqueville published Democracy in America, […]
    • Minimum wage hikes are causing businesses to cut jobs March 17, 2017
      In January, 19 US states raised their respective minimum wages. Washington was among the most generous, hiking by $1.53 (bringing it to $11 per hour). Arizona got an increase of $1.95—their “bottom rung” now sits at $10 per hour. In all, 4.3 million workers are slated to receive a hike as they earn less than […]
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    • Link: Is the Center for Immigration Studies a 'hate group' ? March 22, 2017
      James Sherman posted a link to H-1B & IT Outsourcing from Computerworld's wall: (1 comment)
    • Link: H-1B visa worries won’t slow applications, experts say March 22, 2017
      Sanjay Kapoor posted a link to H-1B & IT Outsourcing from Computerworld's wall: OPT+H-1B lottery... (2 likes, 2 comments)
    • Link: Watch out, fresh graduates! IT companies are leaving you for Americans - ET Telecom March 22, 2017
      Sanjay Kapoor posted a link to H-1B & IT Outsourcing from Computerworld's wall: Indian IT companies now hiring locals in the US... (5 likes, 6 comments)
    • Link: March 22, 2017
      James P. Sullivan posted a link to H-1B & IT Outsourcing from Computerworld's wall: USA doesn't produce enough computer engineers and math majors. Hence, there is a job gap. If H1B is gone, there will be another program to bring legal educated immigrants to fill the jobs that we Americans are not able to fill, […]
    • Html to ReStructuredText-converter March 22, 2017 provides a rich text to reStructredText-converter. Partly because we use it ourselves, partly because rst is very transparent in displaying where links are going, and the format of choice for email messages: (This is a promoted post on an unregistered Wallflux-feed)

    • The Daily Caller: President Trump Said He Will Defund Sanctuary Cities. It’s Unclear How It Will Get Done. March 21, 2017
      President Trump signed an executive order in late January authorizing the defunding of sanctuary cities, but the White House is unclear about how this will be implemented.Immigration and Customs Enforcement published a list Monday of 118 jurisdictions that they view as having policies which limit cooperation with federal immigration detainers. However, this might not mean necessarily […]
    • What we can learn from the Irish on mass migration and economies March 17, 2017
      For centuries, the Irish experience has been synonymous with out-migration. One of the earliest studies of the Irish diaspora came from socialist Friedrich Engels who, in his 1848 work, The Condition of the Working Class in England, gave a thorough accounting of Irish migration into newly industrialised England.Engels, however, wasn’t so much interested with the Irish […]
    • Law360: Group Faces Opposition In Visa Rule Suit Intervention Bid March 17, 2017
      Read the full story by Kelly Knaub.
    • IRLI Client Lopez to Testify before Senate Committee on Visa Fraud March 15, 2017
      IRLI client Ms. Elena Maria Lopez will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee in a hearing entitled, Vows for Visas: Investigating K-1 Fiancé Fraud.Date:  Wednesday, March 15, 2017Time:  10:00 AMLocation:  Dirksen Senate Office Building 226Presiding:  Chairman GrassleyA video of her testimony can be viewed here.The following is Ms. Lopez's written testimony:Mr. Chairman, Madam Ranking Member, esteemed members of […]
    • IRLI Files Brief in Maryland Lawsuit Challenging President Trump’s National Security Executive Order March 15, 2017
      Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United StatesMarch 15, 2017(Washington, D.C.) – Late last night, the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) filed a friend-of-the-court brief (attached here) in another federal lawsuit challenging President Trump’s March 6th Executive Order temporarily freezing the issuance of visas to certain previously designated terror-risk nations. The lawsuit […]
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    • Programmers Guild H-1b Visa Reforms March 7, 2017
      January 29, 2013 Programmers Guild H-1b Visa Reforms ** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ** Increase innovation through H-1b Reform, not H-1b Expansion The U.S. Senate, led by Senator Orrin G. Hatch, Utah, is currently drafting legislation that would vastly increase the…Read more →
    • Guild Response to H-1b increases proposed by Mark Zuckerberg’s March 7, 2017
      April 15, 2013 ** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ** Guild Response to H-1b increases proposed by Mark Zuckerberg’s Programmers Guild asks its members to become active on the Facebook page and respectfully refute Mark Zuckerberg’s agenda with facts…Read more →
    • Five Staffing Firms Chase One Temp Job at Honeywell March 7, 2017
      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Five Staffing Firms Chase One Temp Job at Honeywell Contact: Mr. Kim Berry – President of  SACRAMENTO May 27, 2014 – Five staffing firms are competing to fill one seven-month temporary position at Honeywell, according Programmers…Read more →
    • Profile of Lowest-paying H-1B employers March 5, 2017
      Lowest Paying Employers of H-1B Computer Workers FY 2004 An analysis of the employers who are paying the lowest H-1B wages reveals that these companies are disproportionately run by Indian nationals, hiring almost exclusively young Indian nationals to displace American…Read more →
    • H-1B abuse in San Francisco March 5, 2017
      San Francisco H-1B LCA Data – FY 2004 H-1B – Displacing U.S. Workers The H-1B visa allows employers to legally displace qualified U.S. workers. Immigrants from the middle-east, for example, can legally choose to ignore Americans and hire their fellow…Read more →
  • Slamming the door on Americans in America

  • The early days of H-1B abuse

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    • 60 Minutes Coverage of H1B Abuse March 21, 2017
      Please watch the 60 Minutes piece, share and dig deeper.  There is so much more to this awful business model than just H1B.  We need to know and share the whole truth.  We need people to understand the following: 1.  To save money, business owners are bringing in foreigners to fire Americans because it gives […]
    • 60 Minutes Piece on H1B Abuse, Sunday, March 19, 2017 March 13, 2017
      Must watch 60 Minutes piece on H1B Abuse.  It exposes the real issues and is a main stream media outlet that is bravely talking about the issue of H1B abuse.  Please tell everyone to watch and to challenge President Trump to step up and act prior to the April deadline for an executive order.  Also, […]
      Thank you to Michelle Malkin for creating such a concise and clear explanation of outsourcing and offshoring.  This is such an incredible piece.  Everyone should watch this and share it with friends and family. The post BEST VIDEO ON OUTSOURCING AND OFFSHORING appeared first on Protect US Workers.
    • IBM Uses “Relocation” as a Means of Mass American Termination March 3, 2017
      When IBM Corporation could not be more seedy, greedy and mean, the company starts a new policy of relocation of many of the company’s American workers.  Workers, young and old, single and married, sick and well, are being forced to move across the nation if they want to keep their jobs at IBM.  Many workers […]
    • UNUM Insurance Company outsources American jobs to HCL and jobs are going overseas. What can we do to help? February 23, 2017
      Unum Insurance company is a Fortune 500 Insurance company which insures 1/3 of the Fortune 500 companies according to its website.  It insures 30 million people and owns other insurance companies.  Unum signed a contract with HCL of America to outsource and offshore American jobs to India.  The company is slowly terminating the workers, forcing […]
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    • Trump’s Draft High-Skill Visa Policy Threatens US Economy February 10, 2017
      Last Saturday a preliminary draft order titled “Protecting American Jobs and Workers by Strengthening the Integrity of Foreign Worker Visa Programs” surfaced that targets H-1B “genius” visas.  The order signals a second wave of the new administration’s immigration agenda—with potentially catastrophic effects to our economy.  I’ve written and spoken extensively on the H-1B topic recently […]
    • The Assured Cost of Clamping Down On H-1B “Genius” Visas February 9, 2017
      The entire US economy is at stake with Trump’s draft work-visa order About a month before President Trump was sworn into office, CNBC asked me what I would do if I held the executive office for one day. My answer to Kayla Tausche was that I’d work to fix the growing student visa and H-1B visa […]
    • The Days of Invisible Small Business May Soon Be Over September 16, 2015
      A week ago today, a small business in my community called ‘Costume Capers’ closed its doors after 30 years of continuous operation in the coastal hamlet of San Luis Obispo. When the local Tribune asked partner-proprietors Debi and Keith why they were throwing in the towel, their answer came without equivocation: enterprise business moved into […]
    • Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work July 15, 2015
      Artificial Intelligence has been the topic de jour lately with every corner of intellectual thought sounding in on the perils, and the potential rewards, of synthesizing a machine intelligence that could successfully perform any intellectual task that a human can.  Elon Musk, Bill Gates and even Stephen Hawking have all suggested that an AI with […]
    • Your Digital Privacy Is Under Attack, Again July 2, 2015
      It’s hard to pick up a paper, or an iPad, without reading about some bit of privacy that Americans have lost—or given up—in exchange for one convenience or another. It’s rare however that such an egregious attack on our privacy, like the one underway against every website owner in the world today and in the […]
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    • Last-Minute Obama Regulation Exempts Universities from H-1B Limits March 22, 2017
      "60 Minutes" Reported this Sunday on how American workers at the University of California-San Francisco were replaced by foreign workers on H-1B visas. One of Barack Obama's parting gifts to American workers was to exempt such replacements from the H-1B quota. read more
    • Solving the H-1B Green Card Backlog: It's Easy If You Try March 21, 2017
      I recently posted about the paradox that fixing the immigration system requires the action of those who broke it in the first place. I did so in the context of the disastrous Immigration Act of 1990. The Immigration Act of 1990 was a giant screw up. Worse than that, it set in motion chains of […]
    • Tonight's '60 Minutes' Segment on H-1B: The Fruit of Disastrous 1990 Immigration Act March 19, 2017
      Tonight "60 Minutes" is running a segment on the H-1B visa cesspool. Before that airs, I thought it would be worthwhile to describe how we got to the point where we are. The paradox of immigration reform is that the people who have to fix what is broken are the same ones that screwed the […]
    • End of Premium Processing for H-1Bs Portends Major Change at USCIS March 6, 2017
      The recent news that the Trump administration is suspending premium processing for H-1B petitions has hit the mainstream media with force. Even massive replacements of Americans by H-1B workers never get this volume of coverage. This particular action is not in itself significant. However, it portends major change at USICS. (My colleague David North has […]
    • How Employers Game H-1B for Cheap Labor February 21, 2017
      The Dallas Morning News provides a good example of how employers game the H-1B program for cheap foreign labor. The authors wrote: But critics of the visa program point to examples of how IT consulting firms use the visas to find cheaper labor: Outsourcing firms The reality is the Dallas Morning News provided a typical […]
  • University of California Board of Regents destroying opportunity in America

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    • Lured by Seattle’s Tech Boom November 15, 2016
      Lured by Seattle’s Tech Boom, but Being Left Behind The New York Times By KIRK JOHNSON 8 hrs. ago S © Evan McGlinn for The New York Times     Mary Delp and her partner, J.D. Cox, with Krystallynn, 7, left, and…Read more →
    • The Outsourcing Continues. UCSF joins the betrayal. October 26, 2016
      UCSF will outsource dozens of tech jobs to India By Matier & Ross October 26, 2016 Updated: October 26, 2016 10:38am   Photo: Lea Suzuki, The Chronicle Ashley Moore-Motte,primary care nurse, UCSF Citywide Rene Cazenave Team, types on the computer while working…Read more →
    • Liking your job, but worried to death? October 6, 2016
      Americans like their jobs, but worry about keeping them Posted: Oct 06, 2016 10:12 AM EDTUpdated: Oct 06, 2016 11:13 AM EDT By Tami Luhby   NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Americans generally enjoy what they do for a living, but they are…Read more →
    • Biggest Threat to US Workers – Outsourcing October 6, 2016
      Americans See Job Outsourcing as Biggest Threat to U.S. Workers Kristen Bahler@kristenbahler 10:00 AM ET   Jetta Productions—Getty Images But few are worried about losing their jobs in the next year. The truth about jobs — a hot-button issue on the…Read more →
    • Clinton Accuses Trump for Outsourcing. Is it true? October 5, 2016
      Posted at: Oct 5, 2016, 11:52 AM; last updated: Oct 5, 2016, 11:52 AM (IST) Trump outsourced jobs to 12 countries: Clinton Washington, October 5 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has accused her Republican rival Donald Trump of outsourcing jobs…Read more →

    • Last-Minute Obama Regulation Exempts Universities from H-1B Limits March 22, 2017
      "60 Minutes" Reported this Sunday on how American workers at the University of California-San Francisco were replaced by foreign workers on H-1B visas. One of Barack Obama's parting gifts to American workers was to exempt such replacements from the H-1B quota. read more
    • Academic Freedom and the Economic Impact of the H-1B Program March 21, 2017
      One of the virtues of working with some very big organizations is that they can produce excellent economic research on, say, the H-1B program, while ignoring the organizations' own extensive use of that very same program. Harvard University, for example, employs George Borjas, who is highly critical of the H-1B program and has been for […]
    • Solving the H-1B Green Card Backlog: It's Easy If You Try March 21, 2017
      I recently posted about the paradox that fixing the immigration system requires the action of those who broke it in the first place. I did so in the context of the disastrous Immigration Act of 1990. The Immigration Act of 1990 was a giant screw up. Worse than that, it set in motion chains of […]
    • Replace SCAAP with Funds Tied to Enforcement Cooperation March 21, 2017
      USA Today ran a story on March 16: "Trump budget cuts immigration aid and local police are stunned": President Trump proposed a massive $4.8 billion increase in spending Thursday to combat illegal immigration, but his plan also includes a cut that stuns local law enforcement officials: a Department of Justice grant that helps pay the […]
    • Bogus New CNN Poll Asserts 84% of Trump Voters Support Amnesty March 20, 2017
      A new CNN poll asserts that 90 percent of Americans, and a whopping 84 percent of Trump supporters support a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants. People tend to tell strangers what they think they want to hear over the phone, and in our current politically correct climate, where support for deportations and other types […]
  • Why the H-1B visa is destroying your unborn child’s future

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    • MillerCoors seeks $100M in damages from IT contractor March 21, 2017
      MillerCoors is suing IT services firm HCL in federal court over what began as an approximately $53 million software deployment. The work was for a new SAP system for integrating and sharing data across the enterprise, including accounting, sales, production, warehouse operations, distribution, security and human resources data. It required customization to address particular business […]
    • 5 reasons why China will rule tech, 2017 edition March 21, 2017
      China’s push to take over global technology leadership is relentless. It wants to lead in computing, semiconductors, research and development, and clean energy. It is accelerating science investment as the U.S. retreats. China may be planning a moon base. Surprised? Don’t be. It will soon have a manned space station. It is investing heavily in […]
    • Cobol plays major role in U.S. government breaches March 16, 2017
      New research is turning on its head the idea that legacy systems -- such as Cobol and Fortran -- are more secure because hackers are unfamiliar with the technology. New research found that these outdated systems, which may not be encrypted or even documented, were more susceptible to threats. By analyzing publicly available federal spending […]
    • Trump budget would fund border wall, but slash science and research March 16, 2017
      President Donald Trump's federal budget outline released Thursday represents a major shift in U.S. priorities. It would increase defense spending, boost immigration enforcement and include in seed money for a wall along the southern border. It does all of that, in part, by cutting science funding.[ Further reading: The march toward exascale computers ] Science […]
    • NSA, DOE say China's supercomputing advances put U.S. at risk March 15, 2017
      Advanced computing experts at the National Security Agency and the Department of Energy are warning that China is "extremely likely" to take leadership in supercomputing as early as 2020, unless the U.S. acts quickly to increase spending. China's supercomputing advances are not only putting national security at risk, but also U.S. leadership in high-tech manufacturing. […]
  • A message to the people of India

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    • Higher Education Act Supporters March 10, 2017
      American Association of Community Colleges American Association of State Colleges and Universities American Indian Higher Education Consortium Association of American Universities Association of Community College Trustees Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities Association of Public and Land-grant Universities Council for Christian Colleges & Universities Council for Higher […]
    • The State of Illinois caught red handed violating federal law? March 9, 2017
      Ok, I have found out the following.    Via this  document, I found that they aren’t supposed to be adding DACA/DAPA illegals to Get Covered Illinois.  However, they also said, conveniently for cheaters, that: GCI Screening Tool does not include any questions about immigration/non-citizen status and, therefore, some people who have income below the Medicaid level […]
    • Truth about Obamacare March 8, 2017
      These are the stories of what people suffered under Obamacare (and also, since the new Republican “repeal” bill (AKA RINOCare) is just continuing it, we are going to show why that bill must be defeated too.) Here is one post from the Conservative Hammer Facebook  page: Believe it or not I have 4 terrible diseases. […]
    • Why a Term Limits Convention alone won’t work March 8, 2017
      People think that term limits will solve all of our problems.   While it can get rid of repeat offenders who just lie at election time and then serve business and other special interests till the next election cycle (this is especially true in the case of the Senate, which is only up for election […]
    • Why a Balanced Budget Convention alone won’t work March 7, 2017
      Here is a case in point.  The state of Illinois has an, albeit crude, Balanced Budget section of its constitution: Under Article VIII, Section 2, it says: SECTION 2. STATE FINANCE (a) The Governor shall prepare and submit to the General Assembly, at a time prescribed by law, a State budget for the ensuing fiscal […]
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    • Immigration Verification System Removed from Healthcare Legislation March 22, 2017
      Wed, Mar 22nd 2017 @ 1:18 pm EDTOn Monday, a provision was removed from the GOP’s American Health Care Act that would require an individual’s immigration status to be verified before they could receive the healthcare tax credit. The provision would have allowed the Treasury Department to access immigration status data at DHS, the same […]
    • Pew: No U.S. Industry is Made Up of a Majority of Immigrant Workers March 21, 2017
      Tue, Mar 21st 2017 @ 11:35 am EDTA new Pew Research Center report shows that there are no major U.S. industries where immigrant workers outnumber American workers. The report uses Pew’s 2014 workforce estimates and the Census Bureau’s 2014 American Community Survey to look at all workers ages 16 and over in a civilian industry […]
    • 60 Minutes investigates How H-1B Visas Are Being Used to Replace American Workers March 20, 2017
      Mon, Mar 20th 2017 @ 3:05 pm EDT60 Minutes launched an investigative report on how some U.S. companies are using the H-1B visa to bring in cheaper foreign labor and replace American workers. They interviewed several U.S. workers who not only lost their jobs but were forced to train their replacements.
    • Rep. Cuellar Seeks to Enforce Current Law to Suspend Visas from Recalcitrant Countries March 20, 2017
      Mon, Mar 20th 2017 @ 12:09 pm EDTIn an interview with Sharyl Attkisson, Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Texas) said that he wants to see the State Department and DHS enforce current law that allows the U.S. to suspend visas from countries who refuse to take back their criminal illegal aliens. As a member of the House […]
    • Trump Budget Lays the Groundwork for National E-Verify March 18, 2017
      Sat, Mar 18th 2017 @ 7:46 am EDT  by  Chris ChmielenskiPres. Trump called for making improvements to the E-Verify system in order to support a nationwide mandate in his 2018 budget request to Congress. Requiring all employers to use E-Verify is the top step in our 'Ten Steps to Fixing the Broken Immigration Enforcement System'.
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    • How many H-1B in the United States? March 20, 2017
      How many H-1B in the United States?Many more H-1B than the experts have estimatedWritten by Steve Kritzer on July 24th 2016Updated March 19th 2017 Subjects: H-1B, Michelle Malkin, Center for Immigration Studies, Economic Policy InstituteAt about 13:00 mmss Malkin looks to the panel for confirmation that 650,000 H-1B are in the country.  USCIS reports indicate […]
    • H-1B: How many continue beyond the six years? March 15, 2017
      H-1B: How many continue beyond the six years?In Computer Occupations, 22,000 second extensions granted annually.Written by Steve Kritzer March 14th 2017Updated March 15th 2017 Subjects: H-1B, Characteristics, AC21, PERM, Computer Occupations I stumbled onto the 2015 H-1B Characteristics report, date-stamped March 17, 2016, it was embargoed from the public for almost a year. I think it […]
    • What President Trump Can Do About H-1B? February 9, 2017
      What President Trump Can Do About H-1B?The Secretary of Labor needs to consider available weaver on Sunday November 13, 2016Updated: Thursday February 9, 2017, 7:55am Subjects: Trump, H-1B, Secretary of Labor, Computer occupations, unemployment .lowerAlpha{margin-left: 0cm;} .numeric{margin-left: 1cm;} .upperAlpha{margin-left: 1.5cm;} .lowerRomanNumeral{margin-left: 2cm;} .upperRomanNumeral{margin-left: 2.5cm;} .doubleLowerAlpha{margin-left: 3cm;} h2 {font-size:125%;} After a few days reviewing the […]
    • Debunked: Shortage in Math and Computer Science January 29, 2017
      table, th, td {border: 1px solid black; style="font-size: 150%;"}Debunked: Shortage in Math and Computer ScienceShortage of Computer Science and Mathematics Debunked -- Professionals crowded out by H-1BWritten by Steve Kritzer on May 21st 2015Updated January 28th 2017Subjects: H-1B visa, STEM shortage myth, Bachelors Degree, STEM shortage debunked, Math and Computer Science degrees College employment outcomes […]
    • H-1B Lottery Application Abuse December 4, 2016
      H-1B Lottery Application AbuseH-1B applications nine times the amount of job growth.Written by weaver on October 27th 2016Updated October 27th 2016 Subjects: Labor Condition Application, H-1B, Employment, Keep America at WorkKeep America at Work posted some LCA data today, which reminded me that I wanted to see some comparisons.9 H-1B applications compared to each job […]
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    • USINPAC Transition Team Membership Benefits December 2, 2016
      US India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) US India Political Action Committee (USINPAC), is the political voice of over 3 million Indian Americans. USINPAC is engaged in activities important to the Indian American community. It also acts as a watchdog for the community on political issues. Besides its Primary objective of working closely with key members […]
    • President Elect Donald Trump Administration November 21, 2016
      President Elect Trump has promised to change Washington, DC and that will start with identifying and recruiting the finest men and women from across the country to serve in his Administration. Any individual who wishes to serve the Administration should utilize this online application in order to participate. The President Elect will make appointments for […]
    • Paul Ryan, US House Speaker, Invites Narendra Modi to Address the Congress May 3, 2016
      US House Speaker Paul Ryan’s decision of inviting Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address  a joint meeting of Congress was welcomed by the lawmakers. After a decade, Modi will be the fifth prime minister of India to visit Congress and is the first announced foreign leader to address a joint meeting under Ryan’s speakership. Modi is all […]
    • President Barack Obama nominates Indian-American Geeta Pasi as US envoy to Chad! April 21, 2016
      On the 19th of April, 2016, United States President Barack Obama nominated Geeta Pasi, an Indian-American, as the country’s next envoy to Chad. Ms Pasi served as the United States Ambassador to Djibouti from 2011 to 2014, is a career member of the Foreign Service and Class of Minister-Counselor. At present, she serves as the […]
    • US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter’s visit to India – Another milestone to strengthen ties between the two nations April 15, 2016
      The logistics support agreement which has been under negotiations for over 10 years was finally brought to a conclusion on Tuesday, where the two countries agreed “in principle” to a logistics exchange agreement to enable both militaries to use each other’s assets and bases for repair and replenishment of supplies. However, Defense Minister, Manohar Parrikar […]
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    • ‘A gift to human traffickers’: report warns of dangers of Trump immigration policy – Guardian – 3/10/17 March 10, 2017
      The Guardian March 10, 2017 ‘A gift to human traffickers’: report warns of dangers of Trump immigration policy By Kate Hodal Donald Trump’s hardline approach to immigration has been branded a “gift to human traffickers” amid concerns that stricter deportation and border regulations will push undocumented migrant workers underground, putting them at greater risk of […]
    • After Kansas – The Indian Express – 3/2/17 March 2, 2017
      The Indian Express March 2, 2017 After Kansas: Posing as a ‘model minority’ cannot keep Indian migrants safe in Trump’s America. By Saket Soni The scene at the Kansas bar was every immigrant’s nightmare. Two Indian H-1B guestworkers, Srinivas Kuchibhotla and Alok Madasani, were sharing an after-work whiskey in a bar in Olathe, Kansas. A white […]
    • Andy Puzder’s Withdrawal Is a Victory for All Workers February 16, 2017
      On Wednesday, February 15, 2017, Trump Labor Secretary pick Andy Puzder withdrew his candidacy. Below is a statement by Saket Soni, Executive Director of the National Guestworker Alliance: “The withdrawal of Andy Puzder is a victory for every worker in the U.S.–starting with the restaurant workers who suffered wage theft, sexual harassment, and health and […]
    • Trump Executive Order on Trafficking Is a Major Step Backward – 2/10/17 February 10, 2017
      On February 9, 2017, the Trump administration released an Executive Order addressing transnational human and drug trafficking. The below is a statement by Saket Soni, Executive Director of the National Guestworker Alliance (NGA): “The Trump administration’s Executive Order on transnational human and drug trafficking falls dramatically short of protecting vulnerable workers and preventing human trafficking. […]
    • Do we really want an anti-labor Labor Secretary? – PennLive – 1/30/17 January 31, 2017
      Penn Live January 30, 2017 Do we really want an anti-labor Labor Secretary? By Kati Sipp What will life be like for working people if President Donald Trump’s labor secretary pick Andy Puzder gets confirmed? Pennsylvanians already know. In 2013, readers of this newspaper learned about brutal labor exploitation at fast food restaurants in Harrisburg, Lemoyne, and […]
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    • Putin speaks to the Western Presstitutes March 22, 2017
      Putin speaks to the Western Presstitutes Russia’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova demolishes Vice Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff Paul J. Selva: Perhaps the answer to Zakharova’s question — why the US continues to make false claims that Russia is in non-compliance with the INF treaty but never mentions… […]
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      Harvard Is No Longer A University. Harvard Is A Book-Burning Crematorium. The post Harvard Is No Longer A University. Harvard Is A Book-Burning Crematorium. appeared first on
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      Cambodia Rejects US War Debt, Slams US Imperial Brutality $38,000 Million for Israel, but not $274 Million for Cambodia The post Cambodia Rejects US War Debt, Slams US Imperial Brutality appeared first on
    • Support Information Clearing House March 21, 2017 is a good site that needs support. If you can find a spare dollar or two, consider sending them to ICH. The post Support Information Clearing House appeared first on
    • France’s Reward for Being an American Vassal March 21, 2017
      France’s Reward for Being an American Vassal If France had not supported Washington’s two decades of wars against Muslims, this would not be happening to the French. The French can thank the corruption of their own government and their stupidity of joining the EU. The post France’s Reward for Being an American Vassal appeared […]
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    • We’re All Minorities Now March 21, 2017
      We’re All Minorities Now By Pam Martens and Russ Martens: March 21, 2017 The one percent now effectively owns Washington: the making of our laws, the writing of Executive Orders, the running of Federal agencies with the power to put crooks among the one percent in prison – or not, and they are now the […]
    • Fed Chair Yellen Repeats “Alternative Facts” from New York Times on Financial Crash March 20, 2017
      Fed Chair Yellen Repeats “Alternative Facts” from New York Times on Financial Crash By Pam Martens and Russ Martens: March 20, 2017 Last Wednesday Janet Yellen, the Chair of the Federal Reserve (the central bank of the United States) regurgitated the notoriously fake information that has been spewing from columnists at the New York Times […]
    • What Went Wrong in Wall Street Reform: Obama Versus FDR March 15, 2017
      What Went Wrong in Wall Street Reform: Obama Versus FDR By Pam Martens and Russ Martens: March 15, 2017 Following the Wall Street crash of 1929, thousands of banks failed in the United States. More than 3,000 banks went under in 1931 followed by more than 1400 the following year. There was no Federal insurance […]
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    • No Changes Pending to Current H1B Visa Lottery System March 21, 2017
      Despite the wave of H1B visa reform legislation that is pending, and the strong rhetoric of the Trump administration, the H1B visa lottery for 2018 petitions appears to be unfolding with no changes to the current system.   April 3, 2017 is the start date for H1B visa sponsoring companies to submit petitions, and unless […]
    • Top H1B Jobs for Network Engineers March 15, 2017
      Landing at the 14th spot of CNN Money’s Best Jobs, qualified Network Engineers are a great need to large-scale IT companies and business consulting agencies. These professionals keep the computer world going with their skill and knowledge of computer systems administration and information science. In 2015, the BLS reports that Network Engineers earned about $77,810 […]
    • H1B Visa Political Quotes: Signs of Impending Changes March 12, 2017
      The Trump transition team and other political leaders are beginning to plan changes to the H1B visa program, but the exact details are still unknown.  However, by reviewing recent political quotes we can get a sense of what leadership in the US is thinking about this non-immigrant work visa program. Here is a sampling of […]
    • Top H1B Data Analyst Jobs March 12, 2017
      Data analysis is a field that is as tedious as it is fulfilling, and those who have the patience and the sheer determination to obtain results are often rewarded with more than just a satisfied pat on the back. Almost every major player in different industries employ the services of data analysts in order to […]
    • H1B Visa News Update: Premium Processing Suspended! March 8, 2017
      The H1B visa program just had a major shift in current rules under the Trump administration, as the Premium Processing option for US sponsors of foreign workers has been suspended effective April 3, 2017 for a period of up to six months.  Because Premium Processing is an internal administrative rule under the USCIS, it can […]


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