Call your Senators ASAP to oppose S386 and any similar or related bills. Public hearings and debate are needed: https://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm?OrderBy=state&Sort=ASC S386 rewards the behavior described below.
This is nepotism pure and simple, probably in combination with patronage (bribery). Give a camel an inch and he takes the entire tent.
Video (7 minutes) link with info-text: https://youtu.be/HZtsFcMq5rc
The above actually started in the academic world half a century ago with immigrants making constant inroads into faculty. Once they dominate they can hire only their friends and relatives and take over entire university departments – and they have. It’s not stopping until you stop it. Now they are aiming for the lower levels of education (1-12), which have low pay for now, and allow rich immigrants to get their foot in the door for green cards. It’s still cheaper than the investment option for green cards. Soon they will be in charge of the entire educational system from grade 1 to PhD.
They may work for lower wages initially but as they have taken over, they raise their wages. This is the same model that Walmart founder Sam Walton used to run his competitors out of business – sell at a loss until you get the monopoly. They can afford to do this as they either come from wealthy families or extended family joins in. They are very organized in their conquest of their “American Dream” at your expense, as described here: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2019/09/22/caste-kinship-the-realisation-of-american-dream-high-skilled-telugu-india-migrants-in-the-usa/
H1B visa salaries, companies, numbers info per state and congressional district found here. http://www.saitj.org Judge for yourselves.
Asian-Indian households have the highest median income of all ethnic groups at $114,261; Median arnings of $148,019. https://factfinder.census.gov/faces/tableservices/jsf/pages/productview.xhtml?src=bkmk