Rally Tomorrow in Support of UCSF Workers

There will be a rally tomorrow in support of the UCSF workers who are being replaced by H-1B or other foreign IT specialists. Sara Blackwell, the lawyer who represented the laid-off Disney workers, is apparently the organizer. I’m told that Michelle Malkin, author with John Miano of the H-1B program expose’ Sold Out, will attend. Just to see the conservative Malkin attend a rally in the most liberal city in America, post-Trump election no less, should be interesting.

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8 thoughts on “Rally Tomorrow in Support of UCSF Workers

  1. “Sara Blackwell, the lawyer who represented the laid-off Disney workers, is apparently the organizer.”

    She lost the case against Disney/HCL. Google- disney h1b lawsuit dismiss- for more details.

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  2. Will the Trump Administration audit H1-B visas nationwide, and determine if/when/which laws were violated? Will back pay/reinstatement be made for U.S. workers who were wrongly terminated? This might be the first time in decades that white-collar workers actually get a chance at justice.

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      • Audit the credentials of the visa holders. Even the Indian media reports rampant falsification of education records and employment history. Ads for these records as well a US identification documents like birth certificates and even passports appear regularly on websites geared to foreign nationals wanting to work in or immigrate to the US. Look at the ads for week long training classes so one can be “experienced” in a technology.

        The level of fraud makes us all vulnerable to life threatening errors due to incompetency of individuals in the workforce.

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