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Upper-Dominant caste migrants from India (elites), and other foreigners (aka ROW-rest of the world), are making their voices heard on critically important proposed changes to US immigration policy. Are you?
Americans call and write your US Senators to oppose S386 and any similar or related bills. Call Senator Durbin and thank him for blocking S386, but state an emphatic no to his proposal for increase in green card numbers. https://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm?OrderBy=state&Sort=ASC
Oppose the removal of the per country green card caps, oppose the doubling of family joining caps, AND oppose any expansion in green card numbers. The purpose of the caps is to have diversity, which allows immigrants to become Americans. It keeps one group from monopolizing immigration. Year-long public hearings, allowing Americans to be heard, and debate are needed. There are rumors that it may be sneaked into a DHS appropriations bill. Don’t be fooled, H1B “speciality occupation” simply means holding a university degree other than “general studies” (definition at current blog post bottom). H1B and other work visas should be temporary because even if there were a temporary shortage in one field, we can’t force the H1B offspring to go into a field with labor shortages, once they are citizens. Offspring of temporary workers, born in the USA, should not be given citizenship, either. Also see : https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2019/10/03/business-is-the-most-common-us-masters-degree-field-the-mba-from-india-whining-to-durbin-that-he-wants-a-green-card-should-be-sent-home/
Asian-Indians have the highest incomes in the USA, followed by South African Americans. Both come from exploitive caste-based countries. Asian-Indians in the USA are almost entirely upper/dominant castes, and South Africans mostly white, though there are Asian-Indians from South Africa in the USA, too: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ethnic_groups_in_the_United_States_by_household_income
In a 2017 article, an Asian-Indian doctor admits that Asian Indians are looked up to, and that discrimination falls upon black Americans, rather than them. See: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2019/09/22/caste-kinship-the-realisation-of-american-dream-high-skilled-telugu-india-migrants-in-the-usa/ Note that one cannot identify caste by skin color among Asian Indians.
People in CHICAGO can show support of US Senator Durbin [Stop S386] on Thursday, October 10, 2019 at 4 pm, 230 S Dearborn. https://twitter.com/zaknfs3/status/1181721959794524160. If you go, bring your own sign to make clear that you oppose increasing green card caps, as well as oppose removal of per country caps. This seems to be organized by “Support All of Us“, though there may be other groups. The Americat Group may be there as a separate group. Contact info is here: https://twitter.com/The_Americat/status/1181698775225655296
If you do attend, beware that Immivoice/the India lobby will likely have agent provocateurs to stir up trouble.
Please beware that the “Support All of Us” group and some others appear to want to Stop S386 in order to get a worse bill – one which allows even more green cards for immigrants. Ultimately, if S386 passes this will happen anyway. For that reason, it may be safer to call and write your members of Congress and write to local newspapers, blog, tweet, and educate your friends and family rather than march.
Education appears to be a slow process and the problem is urgent and now. S386 could result in as many 11.7 million new immigrants from India, in a very short time – almost tripling their current population (more details further below). This is because there are the basic immigrants, their spouses, kids, extended families, etc. Parental joining means that the US taxpayer may be saddled with huge nursing home costs, if the parents have no assets in their names (current average US nursing home cost of $9000 per month). Apart from refugees and asylum seekers, all immigrants should be required to have both health insurance and nursing home insurance from the day of their arrival. Where are the planners or sociologists/demographers to tell us the impact? Oh, whoops, immigrants have these jobs too under H1B, NAFTA and other Visa schemes. Why would they tell you the truth or put the American worker first?
Even among the American opponents of S386 there is apparent confusion. It isn’t just about H1B abuse. As defined, H1B is abusive. Americans must have the right to work in their own country, period. H1B allows foreigners the right to take jobs from almost all educated Americans. It and other visa schemes have kept Americans from having the academic funding and positions, which they earned. It has resulted in having professors that no one understands. Rather than raising teachers salaries, they are now bringing in more and more K-12 teachers. There seems to be massive fraud, as Americans are having trouble getting their educated spouses green cards, too.
Frightening to say but Breitbart journalist Neil Munro is the only one who mostly gets it. In the past, Breitbart had lazy writers who made things up. But, here Neil Munro largely speaks truth: https://www.breitbart.com/economy/2019/09/26/sen-durbin-blocks-indian-green-card-giveaway-wants-bigger-giveaway/
However, if the H1Bs from India are really underpaid, it’s not for long. The impact would seem to be more of a wage reduction, over what it might otherwise be, due to flooding the labor market with excess workers for decades. Also, replacing middle-aged American professionals with beginners from India.
Asian-Indian households have the highest median income of all ethnic groups at $114,261; Median earnings of $148,019. https://factfinder.census.gov/faces/tableservices/jsf/pages/productview.xhtml?src=bkmk
Educated Americans need jobs and are still the majority of college graduates. If they aren’t doing more grad school, it’s because they have gotten wise that the opportunities are no longer there.
What many may not realize is that it’s because of the out-of-control H1B program, which allows immigrants to take jobs from educated Americans, in all fields, apart from, perhaps, “general studies“. Let educated immigrants build up their own countries. Give Americans a chance again. And, there should be fair play. Those many countries that allow no immigration from the USA, should not be allowed to immigrate to the USA.
We would recommend that Americans boycott universities, period, until H1B and other unfair to American visas are stopped. This would shut the universities down, and force a shutdown of H1B. In the interim, focus on those vo-tech careers, which are high-earning. Also: a new court ruling suggests that some IT work may be classified as non-“speciality” work, because it doesn’t require a particular degree.
The current rate of over one million new citizens per year is without precedent and environmentally and socially unsustainable. We don’t need more. Oppose both the removal of the per country green card cap to maintain diversity AND any expansion in green card numbers. Public hearings and debate are needed. There are rumors that it could be sneaked into a DHS appropriations bill: https://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm?OrderBy=state&Sort=ASC
This explains the game-plan of the Asian-Indian migrants-wanna have citizenship: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2019/09/22/caste-kinship-the-realisation-of-american-dream-high-skilled-telugu-india-migrants-in-the-usa/
They aren’t necessarily wanna be Americans, they just want the perks that the US offers, including affirmative actionm, which they aren’t eligible for in India, because as upper-dominant castes they don’t need it. The dalits (untouchables) and indigenous-tribes are eligible for afffirmative action in India.
This is how the upper-dominant castes of India treat their own minorities back home. As can be seen, they have unmitigated gall to pretend that they are abused in the USA. The whining Asian-Indian elites need to fix their own country. “‘This Is It. I’m Going To Die’: India’s Minorities Are Targeted In Lynchings” https://www.npr.org/2019/08/21/751541321/this-is-it-im-going-to-die-indias-minorities-are-targeted-in-lynchings
Because of their caste system, people from India are often more arrogant about taking American jobs. However, don’t be fooled, other ethnic groups work together to have their friends-relatives take over entire university departments, too (e.g. Chinese “nationalists”).
“The US isn’t safe from the trauma of caste bias” WGBH News March 08, 2019, By Tinku Ray https://www.pri.org/stories/2019-03-08/us-isn-t-safe-trauma-caste-bias
The vaste majority of immigrants from India to the United States are from high or dominant castes (more than 90%). As of 2003, only 1.5% of immigrants from India to the United States were Dalits or members of lower castes. https://www.pri.org/stories/2019-03-08/us-isn-t-safe-trauma-caste-bias
There are the basic immigrants and then the derivative ones. The average family size in India is around 4 people. Furthermore, in the family joining category for very extended (sibling) family joining, the most back-logged is India – suggesting that a factor of four is very low. The primary green card applicant will likely bring spouse, bring or have children, bring parents, bring siblings, who will bring spouses, etc. Their children may also bring spouses from abroad. So, the family multiplier would seem to be more like 34 and growing over time for each employment based immigrant. India’s employment based greencard backlog was listed as around 306,601 for USCIS and 36,806 for Dept of State. Removing the country cap and giving India 78% would give them 109,000 primary migrant slots per year. S386 increases family joining caps to 15% per country, and India is already one of the dominant countries. So, this 343,407 could translate into 11.7 million immigrants from India and offspring in the not very distant future. Immediate family has no country caps. See more here: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2019/09/26/s386-to-increase-family-joining-migration-from-mexico-india-china-others-by-more-than-doubling-per-country-family-joining-cap/
As this excerpt from a recent legal ruling makes clear, H1B is a menace to any and all Americans who are educated to work in a specific field of endeavor. It’s not just IT. It’s simply that in IT, instead of picking off jobs one by one – so it is much harder to prove – H1Bs picked off large numbers of IT jobs.
The point of a degree is to be educated to work in a particular field, unless you have a degree in “General Studies“. H1B visas are supposed to be temporary workers, but are acting as de facto green card and family joining feeding frenzies. The problem with India is that there are so many of them AND they have a systematic take-over plan: https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2019/09/22/caste-kinship-the-realisation-of-american-dream-high-skilled-telugu-india-migrants-in-the-usa/
“A “specialty occupation” is one requiring “(A) theoretical and practical application of a body of highly specialized knowledge, and (B) attainment of a bachelor’s or higher degree in the specific specialty (or its equivalent) as a minimum for entry into the occupation in the United States.” 8 U.S.C. § 1184(i)(1). The Code of Federal Regulations further states that a specialty occupation means an occupation which requires theoretical and practical application of a body of highly specialized knowledge in fields of human endeavor including, but not limited to, architecture, engineering, mathematics, physical sciences, social sciences, medicine and health, education, business specialties, accounting, law, theology, and the arts, and which requires the attainment of a bachelor’s degree or higher in a specific specialty, or its equivalent, as a minimum for entry into the occupation in the United States.
8 C.F.R. § 214.2(h)(4)(ii). Because this list is non-exhaustive, USCIS has set forth four criteria, one of which a position must satisfy to qualify as a “specialty occupation:”
(1) A baccalaureate or higher degree or its equivalent is normally the minimum requirement for entry into the particular position; (2) The degree requirement is common to the industry in parallel positions among similar organizations or, in the alternative, an employer may show that its particular position is so complex or unique that it can be performed only by an individual with a degree; (3) The employer normally requires a degree or its equivalent for the position; or (4) The nature of the specific duties are so specialized and complex that knowledge required to perform the duties is usually associated with the attainment of a baccalaureate or higher degree.” UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN SOUTHERN DIVISION, ALTIMETRIK CORP., Case No. 18-10116 Plaintiff, Honorable Nancy G. Edmunds v. L. FRANCIS CISSNA, Director, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Defendant
People from India and other foreigners are making their voices be heard on very important proposed changes to US immigration policy. Americans make your voices heard: call your US Senators ASAP to oppose S386 and any similar or related bills. Call Senator Durbin and thank him for protecting diversity and blocking S386. However, he wants to give away more green cards. He is very confused and thinks that an MBA from India represents needed “talent”, whereas Masters in business is the most common degree. Diversity is the only hope in having the United States filled with Americans – even if they are “hyphenated” Americans, rather than takeover by one country. https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2019/10/03/business-is-the-most-common-us-masters-degree-field-the-mba-from-india-whining-to-durbin-that-he-wants-a-green-card-should-be-sent-home/