The H-1B program was a criminal wage-fixing labor trafficking program from day 1.
H-1B isn’t even legal when there are millions of laid off Americans available to work.
These people can only legally enter the US to work if there is a true labor shortage, which there obviously isn’t now.
They all must leave the country, by law.
“An industry source says that 1,035 high-tech employers laid off 158,951 workers last year, a large fraction of whom were H-1Bs.
How is the immigration system going to react to this in 2023?
Why it is going to bring in — unless something changes — some 100,000 more H-1Bs later this year, making life for high-tech workers, both aliens and citizens, that much tougher and perhaps causing a fall in wages for all concerned?
My comments assume, perhaps naively, that most employers use good faith, or close to it, as they approach the H-1B system; my colleague John Miano recently suggested a completely different set of problems, involving fraud, which makes things that much worse.”
You don’t know the 1/2 of it.
We suggest you hop a flight to Silicon Valley and have a look around at the extent of the fraud and foreign occupation.