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- To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
- Subject: H-1B issue
- From: Rbengrguy(--nospam--at)aol.com
- Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2003 14:51:15 EDT
- Cc: Rweingardt(--nospam--at)aol.com
Please pass this along to individuals who might have been impacted by H-1B, L1 visas, or outsourcing.
If you are an H-1B worker and have been abused by your employer send your story!
I just received a telephone call from Richard Weingardt, structural engineer
He is doing an article on H-1B, L1 visas and its impact to structural engineers
Few hear - read stories about the impact of H-1B, L1 visas in the engineering disciplines of civil/structural engineering. Most (ALL?) of the focus is on IT [information technology] workers and possibly electrical engineers. For many years IT workers along with EE's sat silent. Just now they as seeing the devastating effects these programs have had on their profession.
You can contact Mr. Weingardt at 303-671-7033 ext 13
He has his own Civil/structural engineering firm in Denver, Colorado
He is writing this article for an engineering publication (Probably Structural Engineer that goes out to 20,000 structural engineers)
I plan to give him some background, but your input is welcome!!
You might want to read "H-1B debate flares as EE unemployment hits 7%"
A CRIME AGAINST AMERICANS
H-1B >>> The Bombing of the Middle Class
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