Labor Dept: Foreign Worker Hiring 'Highly Susceptible to Fraud' from Before 2003

Labor Dept: Foreign Worker Hiring 'Highly Susceptible to Fraud' from Before 2003


The legal process used by corporations to get green cards and work permits for their foreign workers is “highly susceptible to fraud,” says an investigation by the Department of Labor’s Inspector General (IG).

CEOs use the labor importation programs to exclude at least one  million Americans from jobs, including many of the well-paid, high-tech jobs needed by college graduates to get married, buy houses, and raise kids.

These programs allow the CEOs to maximize their stock values by minimizing wages, minimizing investment in labor-saving technology, and minimizing Americans’ ability to create rival technology and innovative companies.

Many Democratic and Republican legislators back the foreign worker programs that are facing a series of 2020 reforms by President Donald Trump.

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“Until Donald Trump … the federal government has been complicit in the fraud by corporate America,” said Kevin Lynn, founder of U.S. Tech Workers. He added:  

Corporations have betrayed the citizens

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