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India's H-1B Companies Ask Labor Dept. to Let Foreign Workers Stay amid Crash

India's H-1B Companies Ask Labor Dept. to Let Foreign Workers Stay amid Crash

The India-based NASSCOM business lobby is asking the Department of Labor to help the lobby keep its huge workforce of Indian H-1B temporary workers in American jobs throughout the coronavirus crash, according to a report in the Times of India newspaper.

The NASSCOM business association asked Labor Secretary Scalia to allow their imported H-1B visa workers to work at home during the coronavirus epidemic, said the Times of India.

DoJ/EEOC do nothing as US & Indian execs trade US jobs to Indian #H1B workers, cutting Americans out of careers, homes & families.

These NASSCOM H-1Bs are usually used as gig workers to quickly grab and keep large and small software contracts from Fortune 500 companies in the insurance, banking, manufacturing, software, and other sectors.

outsource hiring to India's labor brokers.#H1Bhttps://t.co/YmRM85vK9J — Neil Munro (@NeilMunroDC) March 30, 2020

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