Trump Won’t Allow US H1B Visa Holders to Replace US Workers

United States, 10th December: Donald Trump won’t allow US H1B Visa holders to replace US workers.

Trump Won’t Allow US H1B Visa Holders to Replace US Workers
Trump Won’t Allow US H1B Visa Holders to Replace US Workers

Trump won’t allow US H1B Visa Holders to replace US workers—Trump won’t allow US H1B Visa Holders to replace US workers. Trump said this in reference to US firms hiring US H1B visa holders and displacing US Workers.

“ Trump says he will not allow US firms to displace US Workers and hire US H1B visa holders.”

Speaking to thousands of his supporters, he said that they shall fight together to protect every last US life. Trump won’t allow US H1B Visa holders to replace US workers from now on.

Speaking on the issue, Trump said that he, during his campaign, had spent time with laid-off US works being forced to train US H1B visa Holders(for replacing them).

Foreign workers were brought to replace such US workers, he added. But, he affirmed that he will not let this happen again.

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Its unbelievable that one gets laid off and one is forced to train the foreign workers going to replace them, he argued. It is really very demeaning than anything else, he claimed.

It may be noted that two outsourcing firms and Disney World have been slapped with a government lawsuit by two of its former tech workers. The tech workers have alleged that they have conspired to displace US workers with cheaper foreign workers on US H1B visas. Majority of such workers were from India.

Stop US visa misuse that undermine US workers-Trump—Trump has pledged to stop firms from misusing the US visa process for foreign workers in a manner that undermines labor market for US workers.

Addressing a rally at Louisiana, Trump warned clearly that one of his first executive orders shall be to ask the Department of Labor to probe all US Visa misuses that undermine wages and jobs to US workers.

Trump’s proposed US H1B visa revisions could toughen staffing for Ad agencies—Several Ad industry executives fear that the proposed US H1B visa revisions could jeopardize staffing for them. They really hope that they will not have to take him literally on his promise regarding US H1B visa overhaul.

As per a recent report, nearly 3,000 agency employees were hired through the US H1B visa process in 2016. Majority of Ad agency employees come from nations like Australia, Sweden, UK or Brazil.