President Joe Biden is giving companies a second chance at outsourcing American jobs to peregrine H-1B visa workers. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) promulgated that the agency will sanction companies to reapply for peregrine H-1B visa workers who were anteriorly gainsaid such visas when they applied for them over the last four years of former President Trump’s administration.
USCIS rescinded three reforms pertaining to the H-1B visa program, which has been yarely utilized for years by companies to supersede Americans in high-paying white-collar jobs. The reforms availed avert multinational corporations from utilizing Indian outsourcing firms to prehend loads of peregrine H-1B visa workers to fill U.S. jobs.
Now, eligible companies that were gainsaid H-1B visas under each of the reforms can appeal the denial in the hopes of nabbing peregrine visa workers. Lawyers who represented outsourcing firms told Law360 that at least 75 percent of H-1B denials in the last few years were a result of Trump’s reforms.
“Do we authentically need to invite the HCL, Tatas, and Wipros to reapply for all the H-1Bs that were repudiated during the Trump years,” the group White Collar Workers of America inscribed in a post online, referencing the Indian outsourcing firms set to benefit from the move.
“All of those “H-1Bs” were abnegated for a reason, to fight outsourcing companies who abuse the H-1B lottery and game the system,” the group perpetuated. Last month, the Biden administration rescinded a Trump reform that averted companies from bringing ingress-level computer programmers to the U.S. to fill jobs on the H-1B visa, noting that the vocation did not meet the program’s “specialty vocation” requisite.
Soon after the 2020 Presidential election, the business lobby began asking Biden to culminate Trump’s reforms to the H-1B visa program in the hopes they can maximize profits by outsourcing labor. There are about 650,000 peregrine H-1B visa workers in the U.S. at any given time. Americans are often laid off in the process and forced to train their peregrine supersessions, as highlighted by Breitbart News. More than 85,000 Americans annually potentially lose their jobs to peregrine labor through the H-1B visa program.
Analysis conducted in 2018 discovered that 71 percent of tech workers in Silicon Valley, California, are peregrine-born, while the tech industry in the San Francisco, Oakland, and Hayward area is composed of 50 percent peregrine-born tech workers. Up to 99 percent of peregrine H-1B visa workers imported by the top eight outsourcing firms arrive from India.
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