Some employees bounce after getting one of these approved.
Are companies thankful for the backlog and premium processing suspension of h1b? Main menu Contents Want to see the real deal? View in App close. Transfers are not suspended.
Do companies love green card backlog and h1b challenges ?
Also backlog is only for couple of nations. Of course, companies want to keep you in h1b as long as possible. Then only they can treat you like a slave and you'll work like a slave. Please don't equate making s of thousands of dollars and slavery. It's a modern slavery. I think you're not living in this modern slavery for 15 years like me.
I just wish everyone realize this truth and starts enjoying life wherever we r,rather than stupid dream of America where reality is totally different. Can write real long truth but anoher time.
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I dont understand this craze for us. Basically we always believe that whateve usa has or wharever they do is always right. Reality is u need to understand the reality that no matter whatever u do,u will always be alian and be who you are.
Dont try to americanize urself. Come out of that craze.
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Here's a Janus image for you. On the one side, half a dozen H-1B workers bunkered in a choked 'guesthouse' in America, anxious to be summoned by their labour broker to a job they know will pay discriminatory wages and mean long hours. When they do get the job, the broker often pockets a cut and can even sue if the employee quits or switches jobs. Cut to India where hundreds of young men line up outside the offices of the very same labour brokers, ready to pay out large sums for their American dream.
The nightmarish story of the 'indentured' Indian tech worker in America has found its most recent rendering in a graphic novel published by The Center for Investigative Reporting CIR , a non-profit American organization. A Pulitzer Prize finalist in and , CIR may just be in the running again for its work on the mercenary practices of the tech 'in-sourcing' industry, which thrives on the inflow of highly-skilled Indian tech workers on H-1B visas.
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