#Stop S386, Asian Indian, corruption, DHS appropriations, fraud, green card cap, green cards, H1B, H1B fraud, immigration fraud, India, Per Country Green Card Caps, Ramesh Basa, Tennessee, US Senate, work visa permits
The US Senate is back, and the country is in danger. 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
The United States needs to reduce legal immigration and concentrate on vetting any immigrants.
We don’t know if Ramesh is a US citizen or not: “According to the information presented in court, Ramesh Basa, age 51, of Collierville, Tennessee owned and operated Comspark International, a Memphis based corporation working in the area of software development and information technology. Starting sometime in 2009, Basa began obtaining fraudulent H1B visas.” Were those on the fraudulent visas sent back home to India, or are they in the green card backlog?
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?
The US Senate is back, and the country is in danger.
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 per country 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“. 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 (and highly corrupt) 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
“Department of Justice
U.S. Attorney’s Office
Western District of Tennessee
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, May 13, 2016
Collierville Businessman Pleads Guilty To Obtaining Fraudulent Work Visa Permits
Memphis, TN – A Collierville businessman has pleaded guilty in federal court to a one count information charging him with conspiracy to fraudulently obtain work visa permits. Edward L. Stanton III, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee announced the guilty plea today.
According to the information presented in court, Ramesh Basa, age 51, of Collierville, Tennessee owned and operated Comspark International, a Memphis based corporation working in the area of software development and information technology.
Starting sometime in 2009, Basa began obtaining fraudulent H1B visas. An H1B Visa is a visa that allows a foreign national with a special skill to lawfully enter and work in the United States. Part of the application packet is a document commonly referred to as an “End Client Letter.” The End Client Letter sets out the nature of the employment offer, the potential employee’s name and a number of other facts.
The information states that Basa, and others working for him, created false End Client Letters in order to obtain H1B Visas. These fraudulent visas allowed the foreign national beneficiaries to be present, and legally work in the United States. Basa and his company then hired them out to other companies. Basa profited in several ways from the scheme, including the fact that he got a percentage of the salary of every individual hired out.
Basa faces a sentence of up to five years imprisonment, a fine of not more than $250,000 and a period of up to three years of supervised release. Pursuant to a plea agreement he will also forfeit property worth $500,000. Basa is scheduled to be sentenced by Judge Sheryl Lipman on August 12, 2016.
This case was investigated by the Diplomatic Security Service of the Department of State, Immigration and Customs Enforcement of the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Labor. The government’s case is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Fred Godwin.
USAO – Tennessee, Western
Updated May 16, 2016” https://www.justice.gov/usao-wdtn/pr/collierville-businessman-pleads-guilty-obtaining-fraudulent-work-visa-permits
Even non-fraudulent H1Bs are fraudulent because they take jobs from educated Americans. The number of people becoming US citizens is without precedent. H1B is a feeder to green cards (permanent residency), which are feeders to citizenship. We don’t need any more US citizens and any immigration that we have needs to be vetted. Quality not quantity. The Asian-Indian owner (Kailas) of the collapsed building in New Orleans appears to have been brought to us via family joining. He has a biology and law degree from India. His brother studied mining engineering in New Mexico. His son was sent to jail for defrauding the US government on post Hurricane Katrina contracts.