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Sarah Pierce
My gosh. DHS is setting a 1 year maximum validity period for H-1B workers placed at third-party worksites. This will not only hurt companies that employer H-1B workers, but also the hundreds of thousands of companies that benefit from their work.
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Sarah Pierce Oct 6
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To be clear, some H-1B workers at third party sites have replaced U.S. workers. That is a problem. But it could be easily addressed by making those third party sites liable for such. Instead, this administration is making it near impossible to employ H-1B workers offsite at all.
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Annie Winehouse Oct 6
Replying to @SarahPierceEsq
Can you provide a link to the rule? I can’t find it, all I can find is summaries
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Sarah Pierce Oct 6
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Neeraj Tiwari Oct 6
Replying to @SarahPierceEsq
That means more renewals every year, so more money for USCIS, more rejection chances of those renewing?
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Immiwonk Oct 6
"DHS estimates costs of $0 in FY 2021, $376,747,030 in FY 2022, $502,330,510 for each of FY 2023 through FY 2027, and $349,127,070 for each of FY 2028 through FY 2030, for the increasing number of Form I-129H1 petitions..." Yes big $$$
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Adso of Melk Oct 6
Replying to @SarahPierceEsq
Pipers must be paid. Chickens come home to roost. Etc.
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Chad Urban Oct 6
Replying to @SarahPierceEsq
Sounds fantastic
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Vanessa Oct 6
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Good
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avanti Oct 6
Replying to @SarahPierceEsq
Good! We get loaded up with debt only to compete with foreigners for jobs
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Clyde Parker Oct 6
Replying to @SarahPierceEsq
Win-win.
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