Well this is just about the biggest betrayal in the history of our country when it comes to the labor force.
In the Department of Labor's 5 year plan (PDF) they declare that not only can an H1-B worker be hired even if there is a qualified US worker, but an H1-B foreign worker can be hired to replace a US worker even if a US worker wants the job.
Prior to this, businesses had to prove that there was no US worker qualified that wanted the job at the prevailing wages in that industry before they were allowed to hire H1-B visa workers.
Now the traitorous US Department of Labor - the same Department of Labor that is paid for with US taxpayers monies - says that a business can literally replace all of their US workers with foreigners for no reason at all.
This program is already in effect for those in the agriculture and construction industries. Through the government and Department of Labor's IA-B program (better known as Illegal Alien type B Program) US workers can be displaced even if there is a US worker available and wants the job in favor of a foreign worker.
Performance Goal 2H. Address worker shortages through the Foreign Labor Certification Program.
Foreign workers may be legally hired on a temporary or permanent basis when no American workers are available, able, willing and qualified, provided their employers file applications with the Department to adequately document the need.
These conditions do not apply to foreign workers admitted on E-3 and H-1B1 visas. An E-3 or H-1B1 worker may be hired even when a qualified U.S. worker wants the job, and a U.S. worker can be displaced from the job in favor of the foreign worker.
These conditions do not apply to foreign workers admitted on H-1B visas, except with respect to job opportunities
with H-1B dependent employers. H-1B nondependent employers are not subject to the conditions, and their H-1B workers may be hired even when a qualified U.S. worker wants the job, and a U.S. worker can be displaced from the job in favor of the foreign worker. Additionally, the importation of the foreign worker will not adversely affect the wages and working conditions of U.S. workers.
Don't worry I'm sure this won't be abused. For instance I'm sure o business would replace a US worker here with a foreigner, who through the H!-B program has to have a sponsor or they're sent back to their country - and then treat that foreign worker like a slave and pay them as little as they can under threat of yanking their sponsorship.
Tipped by: VDARE (via Freedom Folks)
Here is the California state law
Notice the H1B visa worker can report any employer who passes him/her up for a job, by hiring either a citizen or illegal alien. Employers are fined $1000 and H1B visa holder is paid damages (DAMAGES!?) of $500.
How do you feel now?
I don't feel like paying my taxes anymore.
BTW -- I ask you to Google the US laws for the law that says you have to pay taxes on the money you earn by your labor.
Is your labor your property or is it and your wages taxable, under a democratic society or a republic form of government?
On the contrary is your labor your property or is it and your wages taxable, under a Socialist society or a Communist form of government?
code is 825911 just about the time we were attacked....
Posted by: BorderRaven on March 19, 2007 03:09 PM