Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Alert! Ask Senate to reduce H-1B visas and protect American jobs!
Unemployment  has been over 9 percent for 20 consecutive months, the longest such  streak since records began in 1948, but Congress continues to bring in  foreign workers to displace Americans. Employers complain that the  annual cap of 65,000 "temporary" H-1B visas is insufficient, yet a new  study from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) admits that the  "total number of H-1B workers in the U.S. at any one time—and  information about the length of their stay—is unknown."

Tell your  Senators that we need to reduce the number of H-1B visas and keep track  of the total number of workers who arrive on these visas and stay.


Alert! Ask Senate to reduce H-1B visas and protect American jobs!
Unemployment  has been over 9 percent for 20 consecutive months, the longest such  streak since records began in 1948, but Congress continues to bring in  foreign workers to displace Americans. Employers complain that the  annual cap of 65,000 "temporary" H-1B visas is insufficient, yet a new  study from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) admits that the  "total number of H-1B workers in the U.S. at any one time—and  information about the length of their stay—is unknown."

Tell your  Senators that we need to reduce the number of H-1B visas and keep track  of the total number of workers who arrive on these visas and stay.


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