President Donald Trump’s tweeted support for foreign H-1B outsourcing workers is a betrayal of his American supporters, say U.S. college graduates who are losing jobs to a huge wave of cheap visa-workers.
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— Dawn Casey (@Dawnnewyorker) January 13, 2019
But the precise meaning of Trump’s January 11 tweet is unclear, partly because business groups are pushing several plans to expand the inflow number of H-1B and other guest-workers into college graduate jobs.
The 650,000 H-1B workers in the United States are just part of the 1.5 million visa workers in the United States.
Many famous U.S. companies, universities and hospitals hire visa workers in place of willing and able American graduates.