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If we do a search for “Green Card country cap” in Yahoo for the past week, this blog post is #2. If we do the same search for Google, it doesn’t appear. Yahoo CEO is from Sweden; Google CEO is from India. This proves the urgency of the problem! Please contact your Senators & the Committee Chair to oppose both S386 and Rand Paul’s S2091. Ask for a fair hearing & debate and not a sneak-through like happened with the House version. Subcommittee: https://www.judiciary.senate.gov/about/subcommittees/subcommittee-on-border-security-and-immigration UPDATE NOTE: Google put this reblog protest version in their search engine! 🙂

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Contact and tweet your Senators, and as many other Senators as you can to Oppose Senate Bill 386: https://www.senate.gov/senators/How_to_correspond_senators.htm
https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/senate-bill/386/cosponsors

Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi – one of at least two members of Congress born in India (New Delhi born Tamil) – speaks on lifting the country caps, effectively opening the floodgates to over 17% of humanity to live permanently in the United States by lifting green card country caps, combined with extended family joining (aka chain immigration). His House colleague, Pramila Jayapal, worked in the United States on an H1B visa. This fact, alone, demonstrates how quickly the choices of today can become the policy of tomorrow.

Oppose Senate Bill 386. The Senate Bill 386 will stop the per country cap on Green Cards. While the title of this blog post appears extreme, the demographics are proof of its veracity. India has 17% of the world population, they have the biggest…

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