Americans need more migrants to recover from the coronavirus crash, according to former President George W. Bush’s presidential center.
President Donald Trump’s Executive Order sets broad changes in the visa worker pipelines that have allowed Fortune 500 companies to import foreign workers into the jobs needed by Americans.
Grassroots groups of white collar professionals helped President Donald Trump overcome internal opposition to his draft executive order blocking the inflow of new H-1B visa workers until late 2020, say political insiders.
If Supreme Court Justice John Roberts wants to write federal amnesty policy, he should resign and compete for a legislative seat, said Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark) June 18.
Facebook has a policy of favoring H-1B workers over Americans, and encouraging hiring managers to favor Chinese and Korean visa workers over other visa workers, according to a leaked document released by Project Veritas.
The Department of Homeland Security has reportedly warned at least 200 Indian college graduates that it knows their „Optional Practical Training“ work permits were gained by fraud at storefront companies, says an Indian lawyer.
The American science establishment is rushing to display support for the Black Lives Matter movement, but it is fighting to exclude blacks, women, and other minorities from science, a prominent tech investor declared in a June 11 YouTube video.
Low-wage migrant farm workers are spreading coronavirus through the southeast United States as they pick crops by hand, so the fix is more testing and medical care, not more labor-saving automation, according to the Washington Post.
Business groups are still fighting President Donald Trump’s draft plan to create jobs for Americans by temporarily closing three pipelines of foreign visa workers, the Wall Street Journal reported on June 11.
President Donald Trump will decide by Thursday whether to suspend the visa worker laws that allow the Fortune 500 to import their own workforces instead of hiring Americans, say immigration lawyers.