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Non - Immigrant Work Visas...

Destroying the “Back Bone” of American...

“Middle America”

 

 

 

 

 

Since 1985, over 17 million visas have been issued to allow aliens to work in the United States. These non immigrant visas, or NIV, are company sponsored visas that use a variety of different names including H-1B, H-2A, H-2B, J-1, L-1, and TN.

 

 

By the end of the year 2001 more than 890,000 H-1B workers were employed in the United States.      

 

 

Special interests have imported more than 17 million noncitizens to ‘High Tech’ Visa Glut in the employment markets between the years 1985-2002.  

 

 

In the year 2001, 9 out of every 10 new job openings for computer/IT were taken by H-1Bs, and despite record unemployment the INS issued 312,000 visas in 2002.

 

 

H-1B is used to import workers for jobs that American employers claim can't be filled in the "tight American labor market". Their claim is a lie because there are more than enough Americans to fill these jobs. L-1 visas have no yearly quota and may one day surpass H-1B as a means of importing skilled workers.

 

 

NIVs such as H-2A and H-2B are being used to import blue collar and agricultural workers and J-1 visas are used by educational and governmental institutions to import foreign workers. TN (NAFTA) visas are used import Canadian and Mexican citizens to work in the United States.

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List of the Various Non-Immigrant Employment Visas          

 

 

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Top 100 Employers of H-1Bs      

 

 

Legality of Replacing Americans With H-1Bs          

 

 

“Follow the Money Trail” - Major Corporate Political Contributions.

 

 

Taped Conversations from the American Immigrations Lawyers Association (Slave Traders) 1999 Conference In Ixtapa, Mexico 

 

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