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- Subject: Update on H-1B Part 1
- From: Rbengrguy(--nospam--at)aol.com
- Date: Sun, 16 Jul 2006 14:48:40 EDT
- Cc: aea(--nospam--at)aea.org, info(--nospam--at)programmersguild.org, ReplyTo_JDNews(--nospam--at)ZaZona.com, todaysengineer(--nospam--at)ieee.org
It has been a while since I've read, seen postings on (SEAINT) the H-1B issue.
It might be time for an update.... And just where are Engineering Societies on the H-1B issue?? Discussions ????
I've been only reading, hearing, seeing comments from IEEE-USA.... And then there is the Programmers Guild (www.programmersguild.org)
So where are the rest of the American engineering associations on this (critical) issue?
So just where the likes of NSPE, ASCE, NCSEA on this issue?? I'm not reading, seeing much of anything coming from the above.
Yet in recent months I've received hundreds (yes! hundreds) of messages coming from disgruntled IT, engineering workers. I've also received dozens of messages from the officers, directors, even the staff at www.ieeeusa.org.
Disturbing to me is the fact I am not reading hearing much of anything from other engineering associations. What have you read, seen from ASCE, NSPE, NCSEA ?
IEEE-USA, and www.programmersguild.org have been active in spreading the word on the abuses of the H-1B program.
Part II coming - Bob Johnson
contributor to www.eng-i.com
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