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  • 95% engineers in India unfit for software development jobs Talent shortage is acute in the IT and data science ecosystem in India with a survey claiming that 95 per cent of engineers in the country are not fit […]

  • The smartest people in the world “We have to let these brilliant companies have the smartest people in the world.” – US President Donald Trump Except for one little problem: they’re not the smartest people […]

  • Indian-American Congressman appointed to Democratic campaign body

    India Inc invasion of our gov’t continues. “California Congressman Ami Bera, who represents the 7th District, was appointed to an important position in the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Jan. 9, […]

  • H-1B Visa Restrictions Are Illegal, Tech Companies Allege in Lawsuit “Several tech companies have sued USCIS over a policy memo it recently issued that placed greater restrictions on companies that contract out workers with H-1B visas, in line with […]

  • H-1B Visa Program Gives American Workers Raw Deal “But is there really a dearth of STEM-proficient American workers? Qualcomm, the San Diego-based cellphone smart-chip producer, announced last week that it plans to lay off 4,500 employees. But […]

  • H-1B Visa System Can Hurt American Workers Congress set up the H-1B visa program to help American companies hire foreigners with specialized skills, mainly in science and technology, for positions for which American workers with those […]

  • H-1B Visas: Harming American Workers “H-1B Visas: Harming American Workers April 2008 The H-1B visa program allows people in professional occupations to work in the United States on a long-term basis with the opportunity to convert […]

  • DOJ Charges Indian tech CEO w/Fraud on Nearly 200 Applications India Inc. “global staffing companies” are the real cause of all American economic problems. “The U.S. Department of Justice has charged a Seattle-area CEO with visa fraud, accusing him […]

  • H-1B Visa Program Puts American Workers At Risk, Republican Senator Says Programs that permit foreigners to enter the United States to work put American workers at risk, a top Republican senator claimed at congressional hearing on homeland security on Tuesday. “American workers are […]

  • Two Indian American men charged with posing as DHS agents, defrauding immigrants of $6 million

    Forget visa fraud workers, now the conmen snake charmers from India are impersonating DHS agents directly.