The Democratic-run House will vote on bill H.R.1044 this Tuesday to put at least 300,000 foreign workers from India on a fast track to get green cards, incentivizing more low wage Indian graduates to take U.S. jobs from middle class American graduates. This bill will eliminate per country cap on employment based Green Cards to allow Indians on H1-B / H4 visas to hog up almost all Green Cards for next ten years and shut out immigrants from rest of the world. This is the most radical change in US legal immigration system that will allow only one country to dominate mass immigration to US. Please call your representative politicians to demand that they vote no on bill H.R.1044 this week.
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“Employers love this [because] this is an astonishing subsidy for tech employers … this bill would extend that [backlog and indentured service] model … This will turn the entire employment-based immigration system into the indentured-service model,” a source told Breitbart News.
These two armies of 1.5 million contract workers take prestigious jobs in healthcare, business, engineering, software, teaching, research, journalism, in Silicon Valley, in the fashion industry, in universities and even cutting edge, computer chip manufacturing companies.
This huge imported workforce is great for companies because it helps to prevent a company-vs-company bidding war for American graduates. That bidding war would drive up Americans’ wages, encourage more Americans to get skilled degrees, and would help more Americans graduates get out of debt and then get into good jobs, homes, and marriages.
In 2014, a series of top Silicon Valley firms — including Google and Apple — were found guilty of colluding to suppress salaries for Americans
The Immigration Voice group effectively mobilizes Indian contract-workers to lobby and charm GOP legislators with emotional appeals for equality, even though their own Indian culture is built on an ancient caste system which enforces deep and permanent inequalities.
Many Americans say their incomes have been slashed by companies’ use of the green card system to attract and pay cheap labor from India. During the last year, these professionals have organized into several groups, include the American Workers Coalition, doctorswithoutjobs.com, ProUSworkers, No on H.R. 1044, and The Multinational Coalition Against H.R. 1044/S. 386.”.