The offshore companies have made a business of gobbling up the H1B visa applications through the US business subsidiaries and such, then hiring them out to Microsoft and Silicon Valley and other firms across the States.

But meantime, also, companies in the U.S. that never ever want to hire an American as a remote resource make deals to have half their programmers working for them from India.

My problem is they don't tell the truth, and sometimes what bothers me is the reluctance to hire remote workers here in the U.S. while hiring even teams of remote workers around the world.

On 5/14/13 10:56 AM, TheBorg wrote:
Oppose the Hatch amendment!

The Immigration Bill that the Senate Judiciary Committee is considering this
week would reform this program to restrict the number of H-1B visas and
require employers to give U.S. workers a fair shot before offering jobs to
H-1B visa workers.

But Senator Orrin Hatch wants to amend the bill to increase the number of
H-1B visas from 120,000 to 300,000. Even more appalling, Senator Hatch wants
to eliminate the requirements in the bill to give U.S. workers a fair shot
before offering jobs to H-1B visa workers.


"Eric Lehti" wrote in message

Who's Hiring H-1B Visa Workers? Not Microsoft or Google, but
offshore-outsourcing firms are

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