Are Green Card interview candidates shills?

Expedia Group Questionng
Sep 14 12 Comments

My husband has had several reports over the years who are going for their green card, and there's a part of the process where he has to post a job and then interview anybody who applies to see how they compare with his employee. He says they never have any of the required experience or skills, and they are never brought in for real interviews, and there isn't even really a job opening. What gives? Are the "applicants" actually just shills who work for the immigration lawyers or what?

If it's a real interview, what happens if the person is qualified? Do they have to get hired and then the green card applicant is sent back to their home country? This whole process sounds super sketch.

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  • T-Mobile whatcanIsay
    definitely happens

    if the candidates are shit as expected, you get your foreign guy while being protected from unfair practices

    if one of the candidates actually turns out great, then you get a better candidate

    it’s a win win
    Sep 14 6
    • T-Mobile whatcanIsay
      meant from mgmt’s eyes
      I don’t personally agree with said practices or the efficacy of them
      Sep 14
    • Roku cruella
      I mean the job postings made for green card application never get actually filled by candidates who respond to the posting.
      Sep 14
    • Google hooli.xyz
      Yes, those job postings are just for formality’s sake and to avoid breaking laws.
      Sep 14
    • T-Mobile whatcanIsay
      yeah no doubt
      happens basically 0%
      Sep 14
    • Roku cruella
      Okay we r in agreement
      Sep 14
  • Pandora x0kjF
    It's all a sham. Here's how it works: You put up a posting with a far below market salary. No one good applies, of course. You hire the H1B and offer them the low starting salary. She negotiates up. You sign. Song and dance complete.
    Sep 14 1
  • Roku cruella
    It is a sketchy process.

    They r doing it to go through requirements of USCIS and not to actually find a candidate.
    Sep 14 0
  • Cruise Automation qiruelqnz
    There is no such process. A lawyer certifies an LCA based on prevailing wage, industry, etc.

    There’s no concept of fake interviewing for each candidate. The company does have to survey the market before they can hire a green card or visa candidate, but not once they’re already hired.
    Sep 14 0
  • Tableau Kaczynski
    What you’re describing absolutely happens. It’s often a sham.
    Sep 14 0