KOMMONSENTSJANE – TRUMP ADMIN CONTINUES TO PROTECT AMERICAN JOBS FROM UNFAIR INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION.

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The Trump Administration Continues to Protect American Jobs from Unfair International Competition

End Chain Migration
Reform Birthright Citizenship
Eliminate Visa Lottery
Reduce Unnecessary Worker Visas
Reduce Refugee and Visa Fraud
Ten Steps to Fix Enforcement
Mandate E-Verify
Strengthen Interior Enforcement
End Visa Overstays
Stop Amnesties
Reduce Illegal Immigration Rewards

PUBLISHED: Thu, OCT 29th 2020 @ 9:35 am EDT


This morning, the Department of Homeland Security announced a notice of proposed rulemaking that would prioritize the selection of H-1B applications based on corresponding wage levels in order to better protect the economic interests of U.S. workers.

Evolving the H-1B selection process by replacing the random selection process with a wage-level-based selection process is a better way to allocate H-1Bs when demand exceeds supply. DHS states “If finalized as proposed, this new selection process would incentivize employers to offer higher wages or petition for positions requiring higher skills and higher-skilled workers instead of using the program to fill relatively lower-paid vacancies.”

Acting DHS Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli stated;

With this proposed rule, the Trump administration is continuing to deliver on its promise to protect the American worker while strengthening the economy. The H-1B program is often exploited and abused by U.S. employers, and their U.S. clients, primarily seeking to hire foreign workers and pay lower wages. The current use of random selection to allocate H-1B visas makes it harder for businesses to plan their hiring, fails to leverage the H-1B program to truly compete for the world’s best and brightest, and hurts American workers by bringing in relatively lower-paid foreign labor at the expense of the American workforce.

DHS will open a public comment period once the NPRM is published in the Federal Register. Interested parties will have 30 days to submit comments relevant to the proposed rule and 60 days to submit comments relevant to the proposed information collection. The Department will review all properly submitted comments, consider them carefully, and draft responses before issuing a final rule.

For more information on this rule, please visit DHS.

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Stop importing outside labor until we get over the coronavirus. We have plenty of people who are qualified to fit any job in the U.S.

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