FBI: Company Faked White-Collar Jobs for 1,900 Chinese Migrants

FBI: Company Faked White-Collar Jobs for 1,900 Chinese Migrants

The March 28 FBI document alleges that a Chinese migrant named Weiyun Huang took money to issue fraudulent claims of employment to Chinese students who were seeking to get “Optional Practical Training” work permits.

Huang’s firm helped roughly 1,900 Chinese migrants get OPT work permits for various white-collar jobs in the United States, the document said.

That resident foreign population is far larger than the 800,000 Americans who graduate each year from colleges with skilled degrees into an increasingly sharp-elbowed job market where millions of foreign graduates will accept low wages, fake their resumes, and defraud the U.S government in the hope of staying in the United States.

Tho job theft is usually good for biz & investors (& bad for employees) it also threatens investors via IP theft & legal risk — Neil Munro (@NeilMunroDC) March 15, 2019

Indian managers in the United States rationally exclude young American graduates from new jobs and instead hire compliant Indian visa workers, whistleblower Jay Palmer told Breitbart.

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