That is illegal.

That is H-1B visa fraud.

Fraud is a Federal crime.

Jobs ads cannot discriminate on the basis of national origin, but that is just what “H-1B” jobs do. And they cannot exclude American workers for consideration – and this article is proposing.

Jobs cannot be “set aside” for H-1B workers.

“Business First” means “we want our cheap labor and will get it any way we can – if it means violating Federal law”.

Even “clergy” are breaking into America on H-1B visa fraud.

India is using the H-1B program as mass colonization program, and US businesses are more than than happy to help because they get the illegal cheap foreign labor.

All of this, of course is approved of, facilitated by, and encouraged by the Columbus and Dublin Chambers of Commerce.

Organized crime.

Human trafficking.

Federal labor law violations.

EEOC violations.

You name it, they’re all doing it – and getting away with it.

The entire H-1B program is one huge fraud racket for cheap labor.

There were few applications in most of the counties surrounding Franklin County, with the exception of Marysville in Union County. Interestingly, major employer Honda Motor Co. filed none of them. Instead, the biggest applicant was Indian engineering firm L&T Technology Services Ltd., which counts Honda as a client. There were 12 applications from Scotts Miracle-Gro Co., mainly for IT.

“Otherwise, here are federal job classifications with a single certified application for an H-1B visa in Central Ohio work sites in FY2016:

  • Administrative services managers
  • Appraisers and assessors of real estate
  • Atmospheric and space scientists
  • Cargo and freight agents
  • Cartographers and photogrammetrists
  • Chief executives
  • Clergy
  • Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists
  • Coaches and scouts
  • Community and social service specialists, all
  • Compensation, benefits, and job analysis
  • Computer and information research scientists
  • Dentists, general
  • Drafters, all other
  • Electrical and electronic engineering technicians
  • Electrical and electronics drafters
  • Environmental engineers
  • Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers
  • Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors
  • Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers
  • Health and safety engineers, except mining safety
  • Industrial-organizational psychologists
  • Insurance sales agents
  • Landscape architects
  • Lawyers
  • Mathematical technicians
  • Microbiologists
  • Multimedia artists and animators
  • Occupational health and safety specialists
  • Petroleum engineers
  • Property, real estate, and community association
  • Public relations specialists
  • Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail
  • Purchasing managers
  • Sales managers
  • Securities, commodities, and financial services
  • Soil and plant scientists
  • Transportation, storage, and distribution managers
  • Urban and regional planners”