Yep. Facebook is one of the biggest H-1B visa fraud perps in the US.
Most US tech companies are doing H-1B fraud and Title 8 violations, but rarely is anything done about it.
They’re all breaking the law – and criminal law at that.
No doubt the India Inc mafia, and Big Tech will just bribe the judge and the suit will be over.
Of course the DOJ “investigation” will find “there was no wrongdoing“.
“It’s great that OCAHO is doing this, ” responded Bob Heath, a Florida-based tech entrepreneur who has filed several lawsuits against Fortune 500 subcontractors for discriminating against Americans. “The EEOC [Equal Employment Opportunity Commission] needs to jump on board, and the Department of Labor needs to jump on board,” Heath told Breitbart News.
Heath has already worked through OCAHO to force two companies to settle discrimination cases. He has another five discrimination cases at OCAHO, and is preparing to file several more.
Trump’s complaint said Facebook hid job advertisements from eager American graduates so U.S.-based managers could pretend that the only qualified candidates for the jobs were the company’s growing population of temporary foreign workers who want to get green cards. The lawsuit said the company discriminated against the many thousands of Americans who applied for roughly 2,600 jobs at Facebook:
From January 1, 2018 to April 28, 2019, Facebook’s online job postings for … [normal job] positions that it ultimately filled received on average 104 total applicants per position.
In contrast, in the 1,128 recruitment reports that Facebook prepared in connection with its [green card] applications filed [in the 10 months] between July 1, 2018 and April 28, 2019 … Facebook reported that it received zero U.S. worker applicants in 81.5% of these reports (919 reports), that it received one U.S. 10 worker applicant in 18.3% of these reports (206 reports), and that it received 2-4 U.S. worker applicants in the remaining 0.3% of these reports (3 reports).
The scheme allegedly allowed the company to request the huge prize of permanent green cards for its corps of temporary workers who were imported via the H-1B, L-1, H4EAD, J-1, O-1, TN, CPT, and OPT programs. Most of the foreign workers are mid-skilled and are mostly put to work as interchangeable gig-workers doing routine work delegated by Fortune 500 to its pyramid of subcontractors.
There is growing evidence executives at many Fortune 500 companies — and their tiers of subordinate contractors — prefer mid-skilled visa workers to independent and cooperative American professionals.
The roughly 1.5 million foreign workers are cheaper, compliant, and controllable, partly because they are foreign contractors and can be sent home by lower-level managers for any cause“.