Protect U.S. Workers
For too long, the H-1B visa program has allowed corporations to hire temporary workers from other countries and drive down wages and working conditions for U.S. workers.
The Immigration Bill that the Senate Judiciary Committee is considering this week would reform this program to restrict the number of H-1B visas and require employers to give U.S. workers a fair shot before offering jobs to H-1B visa workers.
But Senator Orrin Hatch wants to amend the bill to increase the number of H-1B visas from 120,000 to 300,000. Even more appalling, Senator Hatch wants to eliminate the requirements in the bill to give U.S. workers a fair shot before offering jobs to H-1B visa workers.
Contact your Senator today to oppose attempts to increase the number of H-1B visas and remove provisions that protect U.S. workers.