USAA, Rackspace, Texas Workforce Commission, Texas Attorney General – I want a job ahead of the non-immigrant guest workers

As an American and as a Texan in Texas who has the majority of the skills on this shopping list (software skills), I am demanding that you hire Americans that have these skills ahead of non-immigrant guest workers.

And if you are using the money tax payers paid in to hire non-immigrant guest workers or those companies who only hire non-immigrant guest workers, you should be ashamed to show your face in public.

It is time for you to Keep America At Work by hiring Americans in America.

The people of America spoke last night and they were talking to you.

Click to zoom in

Click to zoom in

India thinks Donald Trump is bluffing regarding the #h1b – Myself, I believe it is time for India to create jobs in India for the people of India

3) Cutting Down Immigration: Trump has at been at his radical worst while talking about immigration. His attacks have been directed towards the Mexicans, with Trump advocating building a wall along the border and making the Mexicans pay for it. He has also called for making Americans being prioritised for open jobs and restricting skilled visas to make more jobs available to Americans. That would be bad news for top Indian IT companies that make their billions by using the H1B visa programme that allows low cost skilled Indians to work in the U.S. In 2015, the US issued 1,72,748 H1B visas, many of which were issued to Indians employed by companies like TCS, Infosys and Wipro. In 2014, Infosys alone filed more than 24000 Labour Condition Applications (LCA) required to obtain these visas. Many US companies operating in like Cognizant also send their Indian staff to U.S on these visas since Indians are cheaper to employ as compared to American workers. Trump had earlier termed the H1B visa regime unfair. And later in a bid to earn the support of the Indian-American community, he softened his stand. But Indians companies know that every American presidential opposes the H1B visa programme while pitching himself to be elected and never follows through with the promise of curtailing them once in office.

As for the parasites like Infosys and HCL that threw the American citizen under the bus

Why do we not hear Mark Cuban crowing tonight? #h1B

I like to watch cnbc.

But in the evening when shark tank or whatever it is called comes on, I change the channel because I can’t stand those guys and gals advocating that we (a) send jobs to other countries and (b) import non-immigrant guest workers to take the remaining jobs.

Maybe it is because I hate living like this.


Whatever the reason, I have to wonder where his highness is at tonight and where his arrogance is at, and I’ll bet you my last penny that he will not help me to save my land even though the policies of Hillary, etc. have put me in this position.


Nothing but fraud since the non-immigrant guest worker programs were implemented #h1b

Department of Justice
Office of Public Affairs

Monday, November 7, 2016

Detroit-Area Home Health Care Agency Co-Owner Sentenced to 96 Months in Prison for $33 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme

The co-owner of a Detroit home health care company was sentenced today to 96 months in prison for his role in a Medicare fraud scheme that caused approximately $33 million in losses.

Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, U.S. Attorney Barbara L. McQuade of the Eastern District of Michigan, Special Agent in Charge David P. Gelios of the FBI’s Detroit Division and Special Agent in Charge Lamont Pugh III of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services-Office of Inspector General (HHS-OIG) Chicago Regional Office made the announcement.

Badar Ahmadani, 49, of Ypsilanti, Michigan, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Judith E. Levy of the Eastern District of Michigan, who also ordered him to pay $38,150,113.64 in restitution.  On July 27, 2015, Ahmadani was convicted at trial of one count of conspiracy to commit health care fraud and one count of conspiracy to pay and receive health care kickbacks.

According to evidence presented at trial, Ahmadani participated in a scheme in which from 2006 through 2011, he and his co-conspirators obtained patients by paying cash kickbacks to recruiters, who in turn paid cash to patients to induce them to sign up for home health care with companies owned by co-defendant Zafar Mehmood: Access Care Home Care Inc., Patient Care Home Care Inc., Hands On Healing Home Care Inc. (which Ahmadani co-owned) and All State Home Care Inc.  The evidence also showed that Mehmood and Ahmadani paid kickbacks to physicians to refer patients to the companies for home health care services that were medically unnecessary as well as not provided.

On Oct. 28, 2016, Mehmood was sentenced to serve 360 months in prison and to pay $40,488,106.98 in restitution.  Mehmood was convicted at trial with Ahmadani of one count of conspiracy to commit health care fraud, four counts of health care fraud, one count of conspiracy to pay and receive health care kickbacks, one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, two counts of money laundering and two counts of obstruction of justice.

The FBI and HHS-OIG investigated the case, which was brought as part of the Medicare Fraud Strike Force, supervised by the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Michigan.  Fraud Section Trial Attorneys Niall M. O’Donnell and A. Brendan Stewart prosecuted the case.

Since its inception in March 2007, the Medicare Fraud Strike Force, now operating in nine cities across the country, has charged nearly 2,900 defendants who have collectively billed the Medicare program for more than $10 billion.  In addition, the HHS Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, working in conjunction with the HHS-OIG, are taking steps to increase accountability and decrease the presence of fraudulent providers.

To learn more about the Health Care Fraud Prevention and Enforcement Action Team (HEAT), go to