Yes that’s right. ‘To benefit Indians’. But Indians always accuse Americans of being racists.
Look who’s talking.
After the defeat of HR392 and Kevin Yoder last year, India Incs are back in force to try to remove all green card caps and end the per-country caps which keep immigration fair. If the new law proposed passes, India will get nearly all green cards for the next 7 years to the detriment of all other countries.
This law cannot be allowed to pass.
Mike Lee of UT, Kamala Harris of CA, and Zoe Lofgren of Silicon Valley in CA are all being used by the Indian Mafia to subvert our laws protecting us from outright invasion.
There are already 600,000 NRI’s (Non-Resident Indians) in US jobs displacing Americans. We don’t need an even bigger flood of Indian immigrants targetting Americans for removal.
India is manipulating and controlling our immigration laws to achieve a full-scale invasion. We need to end all foreign control now. We need to end foreign lobbying now.
None of these workers were ever supposed to settle in America permanently. You’re either a temporary worker or your’re not. These workers were all supposed to be temporary Y2K skilled workers and go home at the end of Y2K in 2002. Now millions of them want in.
What about fairness for the American tech workers who built the IT industry? Shouldn’t they have a “fair chance” at the jobs they helped create.
Trump promised during the 2016 election that he would reform the H-1B program and “Never allow Americans to be replaced by H-1B foreign workers“. Now he’s gone back on that promise.
We have to stop this.
“Two identical legislations backed by top companies from the Silicon Valley like Google have been introduced in the US House of Representatives and Senate to end the per-country limit on green cards and could benefit thousands of Indian professionals waiting to gain permanent legal residency if signed into law.
In the Senate, Republican Mike Lee and Democratic presidential aspirant Kamala Harris introduced the Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act Wednesday, a bill that would remove per-country cap for employment-based green cards.
An identical bill — Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act (HR 1044) — was tabled in the US House of Representatives by Congressman Zoe Lofgren and Ken Buck, Chair and Ranking Member of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration and Citizenship, with co-sponsorship of a bipartisan group of 112 Congressmen.
If passed by Congress and signed into law, the legislations would benefit thousands of Indian professionals on H-1B visas whose current wait time for permanent legal residency is more than a decade”.