The so called best brains of our country are “Indentured servants” in the United States !
“an influential Indian-American advocacy group urged the Biden administration not to issue the most sought-after H-1B work visa till the time the discriminatory country-cap on green cards or permanent legal residency is removed “
As mandated by the Congress, each year, the US issues 85,000 the most sought-after new H-1B work visas. Of these, approximately 70 per cent of those new visas are issued to workers from India.
Under H-1B work visa system, over 60,000 Indian nationals enters the United States every year to “engage in a life of indentured servitude” where their very existence and the lives of their families are subject to the whims of their employer, new administrations.
The Biden administration’s decision to allow employers of H-1B visa holders to begin registration online for the H1-B Visa lottery, starting March 9th this year, for the fiscal year 2022 is facing opposition from many of the Indians residing in USA at present .
This Indian-Americans group apprehend that if the most sought-after new H-1B work visa be issued further to any individual born in India, it will be more painful for Indian professionals, mostly from the IT sector, those who have waited for decades for their legal permanent residency.
Issuing new H-1B visas to more Indians would add to this agonising painful wait for green cards, and therefore an influential Indian-American advocacy group urged the Biden administration not to issue the most sought-after H-1B work visa till the time the discriminatory country-cap on green cards or permanent legal residency is removed.
Moreover, Immigration Voice, a non-profit organization advocacy group urged Biden administration to stop issuing such new H-1B visas until the discriminatory per county limits on Employment-Based green cards are finally lifted and immigrants from India are no longer treated as “indentured servants in the United States. “
Immigration Voice is a national non-profit organisation with over 130,000 members, who are taxpaying, law-abiding, high-skilled immigrants, that advocates for the alleviation of restrictions on employment, travel, and working conditions faced by legal high-skilled immigrants in the US working as doctors, researchers, scientists, engineers, and other high-skilled professionals at many of America’s hospitals, universities and Fortune 500 companies.