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Member Profile: opener (1 post)

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Hello, I'm opener (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in on 11 Nov 2017
I have been a member since 10 Nov 2017
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I added my last post on 10 Nov 2017
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 10 Nov 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

Friends, I think it's high time and we need to act on this collectively rather than just discuss. With new rules imposed on H1-B extensions more H1- B holders waiting in line for GC will be expelled and eventually when the H1-B population thins out it only becomes more difficult to put weight on our push for GC.

With DT's line of thought that "Indians have come here abusing the H1-B program", I don't think he would let hr392 become a law. (I will not be surprised if he even vetoes it). His way to expel H1-Bs without noise is to turn the rules against them. This is very unfair to people who held up their career growth, purchased homes, with family here waiting in lines for decades hoping for a GC some day. Regardless of whether they belong to Master's or Non-masters group, Consultancies or WITCHes group - This is unfair. We should not lose unity fighting within ourselves or wait for impending laws to turn against other group so that we get benefited. Unless we make noise, we will be ignored. We don't even have vote to voice ourselves. I think we're in a "do now or rather quit before they expel" situation. Down the line in future, I don't think these tightened rules would ever be reverted back and as years pass it only becomes more difficult to prove that our job is a specialty occupation and eventually we'll be kicked out of the country.

By "noise" I don't mean going out berserk on streets. We can write to news organizations or Politicians in our favor explaining our plight or something of that sort. I'm sure brainstorming would give us more ideas.
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