It feels GOOD to WIN!  H-1Bs are SELF-DEPORTING!!!

Amazing things are happening for American Workers very recently!  In the middle of a pandemic –  WE WON! We Won Big!!!  Finally,  major promising initiatives are happening to reform H-1B visa program and to protect American workers from the mass invasion of Foreign Visa workers!

Sweet, sweet VICTORY is in the Air and even Ken Cuccinelli suddenly starts talking like Kevin Lynn, Jessica Vaughan, Sara Blackwell, or like I would… 

All this time it was about Cheap Foreign Labour…  American Corporations dumped American Workers and replaced them with cheap foreign workers, because it saves them money!  Money saved is money earned!  Now,  when Foreign Labour costs at a Premium,   preferences should change and roles should get reversed!    American Workers will be cheaper,  and therefore more attractive to American Corporations. 

This is what we wanted and demanded for a long time.   Now we have  it!  CONGRATULATIONS!  We are going to take care of this Victory, protect it in courts, we are going to cherish it and maintain it!  And, we should never allow for this to happen again!

2020 Presidential Elections

Elections are on Tuesday.   Facebook and Twitter group “White-Collar Workers of America” is endorsing President Donald Trump for re-election, because we can’t let H-1Bs Favorite Kamala Harris to win and take away our victory!

I’ve also got this email from the White House and President Trump few days ago!  Who also got one?

DHS, Trump Administration Protect American Jobs from Unfair International Competition Agency Proposes Prioritizing Higher Wage Levels to Better Protect U.S. Workers

WASHINGTON —Today, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced the transmission to the Federal Register of a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) that would prioritize the selection of H-1B registrations (or petitions, if the registration process is suspended) based on corresponding wage levels in order to better protect the economic interests of U.S. workers, while still allowing U.S. employers to meet their personnel needs and remain globally competitive. Modifying the H-1B cap selection process by replacing the random selection process with a wage-level-based selection process is a better way to allocate H-1Bs when demand exceeds supply.  

If finalized as proposed, this new selection process would incentivize employers to offer higher wages or petition for positions requiring higher skills and higher-skilled workers instead of using the program to fill relatively lower-paid vacancies.“With this proposed rule, the Trump administration is continuing to deliver on its promise to protect the American worker while strengthening the economy. The H-1B program is often exploited and abused by U.S. employers, and their U.S. clients, primarily seeking to hire foreign workers and pay lower wages,” said Acting DHS Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli.
“The current use of random selection to allocate H-1B visas makes it harder for businesses to plan their hiring, fails to leverage the H-1B program to truly compete for the world’s best and brightest, and hurts American workers by bringing in relatively lower-paid foreign labor at the expense of the American workforce.” This effort would only affect H-1B registrations submitted by prospective petitioners seeking to file H-1B cap-subject petitions. It would be implemented for both the H-1B regular cap and the H-1B advanced degree exemption, but would not change the order of selection between the two as established by the H-1B registration requirement final rule.
DHS, Trump Administration Protect American Jobs from Unfair International Competition

Watch new video from BASS MIND: – “Blacks Were Closing The Gap Before H1B Laws”

Blacks Were Closing The Gap Before H1B Laws.
Black income growth exceeded White income growth during the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s. The Gap was closing. If this trend had continued during the last 30 years we would have a different reality for America’s middle class today. A culprit? H-1B and other Visa work programs have devastated access to the American dream for Black Americans.