Scrapping Per-Country Cap Helps Companies Shun U.S. Tech Workers

Unregistered foreign agents from India are behind removal of the per-country caps.

By Jessica M. Vaughan on November 9, 2018

“Proponents of a controversial bill to end provisions in immigration law designed to prevent large immigrant-sending countries from monopolizing the limited number of green cards — the per-country caps — have attracted support in large part by portraying the caps as unfair national-origins discrimination against citizens of India. Ironically, several of the Indian companies who are lobbying for this bill are now defending themselves in federal court against lawsuits alleging that they practice egregious national-origins discrimination in favor of Indian workers over U.S. workers“.

Racist much, India?

Stop the India-first monopoly of green cards and tech jobs.

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