How many of you think H-1B folk “steal” American jobs?

Apple JamesTkirk
Aug 12, 2018 91 Comments

Seriously. I am sick of MAGA idiots yammering all over about H-1B immigrants stealing jobs. Now, I do agree some outsourcing shops do visa fraud that needs to be curbed. We come here legally, pay taxes, buy houses made our life here for decades, support our communities and contribute to economy.

But how many of you honestly know how much does an employer has to invest in money and time to get a H-1B application going and the rigorous processing involved with attorney, USCIS ? And do you believe these corporations would invest this money in visa fee, attorney fee, cycles for one H-1B visa and in path to citizenship, if they can find equally able American citizens to do the same job? These tech jobs need to be filled with able folk who are STEM majors or at the least with those who have cognitive abilities and engineering knowledge. Even if the administration makes H-1B harder, these jobs aren’t going to be awarded to American citizens they’ll rather be outsourced to countries where these companies can find able folk(Flash news: it’s already happening). It’s never too late to correct the course why not improve this broken education system first and foster the future generation towards STEM majors?

US still ranks 38th in math and 27th in sciences and lags behind any and all of the industrialized nations. Why not start the focus there than spending millions of dollars of taxpayer money in building football fields for colleges and schools. You’re only bailing out NCAA and other leagues in doing so. How does that really benefit your future generation? A Swahili degree isn’t going to be of much help for the student athlete with broken fibula.

The first step of solving the problem is to admit you’ve a problem. Why not start there and try fixing it than accusing us of stealing your jobs? For crying out loud most of us here demand a wage far better than an average American for the said reasons. Don’t let any con man tell you “USA needs to be made great again, it’s already GREAT! We all came here chasing our dreams and to be successful”. I implore you to help yourself and please do quantify your arguments (with TC) than ignorant chants if you wish.

Source: http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2017/02/15/u-s-students-internationally-math-science/

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  • Microsoft tycoon1
    US is already giving you a chance to stay and work here with pretty much the same civil rights a citizen gets except voting. Seriously man stop whining and complaining. Don’t try to cover up the deficiencies of your country by pointing out flaws in US. US has never promised you a visa. Don’t feel so entitled. Stop whining in every single post.
    Aug 12, 201814
    • Apple JamesTkirk
      OP
      You sir, are a moron who perhaps haven’t hired a single H-1B. Ignorance is truly a bliss. Off with you 😆
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Microsoft tycoon1
      Good luck using this argument to increase the chances of getting a h1b and a GC in like 100 years. Whom are you trying to prove? Getting validation from like minded people on Blind does nothing.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Salesforce OooohBurn
      He’s whining because other people are whining it seems. This thought has ran in my head whenever the issue was brought up. OP, i hear you. If they don’t want jobs taken from them citizens they should be more competent. But the way you worded your sentiments sounds like you’re whining too, making it very easy to scrutinize, or even troll.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Microsoft compiler
      JamesT - what do you think is in American citizens interest that they should support H1b? It's definitely in American companies interest, that's why the system continues.

      But the American people (through politicians, Trump) have clearly expressed that they don't want H1b. Is your aim to convince them that what they feel about their own interest is not correct and you can tell them better what's good for them?
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Apple Google L7
      Tycoon1 himself is an Indian stuck in GC backlog
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Microsoft tycoon1
      I’m not an Indian. I’m not stuck in any backlog either. Hope that helps!
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Apple Google L7
      Sure if that makes you feel better
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Expedia qpmz
      @tycoon1 "how many ways government should make clear that you're not welcome here?"
      Let me tell you. There's one (or only one) way - stop issuing greencard to everyone.
      That makes it crystal clear. Why is the GC applications are still been accepted if you don't want immigrants to work in your country.
      US government knows that immigrants are key resource for all tech companies if it stops issuing GC then all most all tech company would flew away to other countries.

      You sound like as though US is giving oppurtunity to immigrants even though it doesn't get any benefit. Grow up dude, you are educated think wisely. Immigrants/non-immigrant get benefit working in US and so does US gets benefited.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Microsoft thebiglife
      Tycoon1 probably comes from generations and generations of Aborigines from native America over the course of several millennia, hence he feels entitled over "his America".. or, is super ignorant of the American history..
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Amazon / Eng
      Icepoop

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      “We stole that country fair and square! What makes you think you can complain about anything now!”
      Aug 12, 2018
  • Should’ve attached a poll 🤷‍♂️
    Aug 12, 20183
    • Apple JamesTkirk
      OP
      Polls are stupid and they don’t work. If someone really wants to add their $0.02, I expect them to read thru and be able to make a cogent and reasonable argument in comments.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • New / EngNPcomplete
      I added a poll recently. 31 American says h1b do steal their job and 53 say they don’t.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Comcast keysersözæ
      51 of those 53 are on h1b Visa.
      Aug 12, 2018
  • If you feel so entitled please go back to India and help build your own countries. I pity those who abandon their own country and folks for their own comfort.

    Enough of lecturing how much you help build American economy, US will stay strong even if we abandon H1Bs program.

    BTW you have a third rate education from a third world country. Stop feeling entitled because you are an imposter, and a cheat.
    Aug 12, 20183
    • Lending Club AfaikB
      Many people with poor education from a third world poor country are making 300k and own two home in SF bay area. Your gripe will not stop them buying third one.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • SanDisk Xpmo
      You pity your ancestors too, right?
      Aug 12, 2018
    • I pity those who are so smug with privilege, employ foreigners to do their jobs for them and then complaint about being left behind. This is how capitalism works and foreigners didn’t design this system. Plus enough of go back to your country rhetoric , everyone moves from some small place to a big place for opportunities and a better life. Why don’t you go back to the small town you came from and fix the mental health, drug and crime problems there? As a bonus, your narrow mindedness will be wildly celebrated there
      Aug 12, 2018
  • New QHXW24
    As someone who's hired for STEM jobs before, I agree. There's no stealing. H1Bs are a pain in the butt for employers. If we can find a US Citizen or Permanent Resident for the job we would. But there just aren't enough so H1Bs get used to fill the gaps.
    Aug 12, 20181
    • Apple JamesTkirk
      OP
      Thank you acknowledging!
      Aug 12, 2018
  • Salesforce / EngVlad Putin
    Let's start classifying h1b workers in the buckets:

    1. talented engineers getting jobs in FANG etc at competitive salaries.
    They don't steal jobs, they fill the gaps in existing talent.

    2. Cheap contractors. Often used to reduce costs and drive contractors' or lower level engineer salaries down.
    Example:
    MSFT eliminated QA/test and bunch of operations jobs. These positions did not disappear but we're de-facto replaced by cheap contractors from HCL, Infosys etc.
    These contractors had no special skills or experience, had some training but no real education and were much worse to work with than with any fresh graduate.
    They were cheap.
    As result of this change, a lot of entry level positions were gone, positions that American graduates from average non top schools started at.
    On top of that contractors rate dropped below level that made sense for Americans to start at, engineers were offered lower rates than receptionists.
    Aug 12, 20180
  • Amazon / Eng
    Icepoop

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    H1B. GC. Citizenship. 1M TC in 2018.

    Got several of my brethren to come over too. They’re doing great. I’m not even 20 years in, still got plenty of career left and I hope to help many more immigrate here and get great money cause idiots in this country can’t code or design with their weak ass education system.

    “Stealing” their job is as easy as taking candy from a baby. How come some rando overpopulated under resourced developing country manages to “steal” all your jobs? You mad bro?
    Aug 12, 20182
    • Facebook Eirne
      Troll. Gtfo
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Amazon / Eng
      Icepoop

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      😂 he mad.
      Aug 12, 2018
  • Apple OFyj40
    Stealing is a strong word. More like taking a job from an American who isn’t really trying hard enough to get it themselves. I equate H1Bs (only in the context of tier 1 and tier 2 companies) taking American jobs as the same argument as Mexicans taking American jobs. Because it’s not like I got any Americans applying to clean my house. I don’t see a lot of Americans out there picking in the fields of working in the back kitchen of restaurants, or building my new home.

    Here’s the deal. I think for FAANGs, H1B are unfortunately needed. Outside of this ultra competitive high tech bubble, H1B are very much taking jobs Americans can do just fine. But it’s like a feedback loop because as more H1Bs get masters degrees and PHDs, Americans have to compete with them by getting equally advanced degrees to stand out in the resume pool (because FAANGs don’t give a damn if you’re a citizen or not). And that constantly moving bar is frustrating for many Americans who do want to work in tier 1 and tier 2, but are drowned out by the global workforce in the resume pool. And what’s a bit more ironic is all we’re doing anyways is writing code and features, and fixing bugs by gluing together multitudes of services. Most of us aren’t even tapping the majority of our degrees. A boot camper can come pretty close to doing our jobs when you think about it. Domain specific knowledge is learned on the job mainly.

    But where this topic pisses me off is when H1Bs feel entitled and complain about getting faster GC, want H4EAD to be extended, want merit based immigration, AND they want to keep the H1B system to boot. You folks are goddamn high of you think you’re going to get everything you want. Pick ☝🏻 and be thankful you’re earning the big bucks. Because I know many Americans who would love to have your job.
    Aug 12, 20185
    • Amazon tBnv11
      Couldn't agree more on making it way more competitive.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • OpenTable Meliodas
      But, the H1B program isn’t intended to supply non-citizen competitors to citizens. It is for when a company can’t find qualified citizens.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Facebook / Eng5'6"Indian
      Agree with you for the most part. Those that complain about GC wait times are usually from India or China as it hurts to see those who can barely speak the language get a GC within 2 years just because of where they were born while they have to wait for decades despite being more qualified.
      I am a 5'6" Indian on paper but was born in Kenya so I got a GC straight away. There are those who are exponentially smarter and more qualified than I am but will need to wait for decades before they get their GC.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Apple OFyj40
      @meliodas you’re exactly right. But when the bar is now ~200 leetcode question prep per job and you need a masters degree for most roles just to match the paper resume of the whole global work force, guess what? You’re increasing your supply shortage. And you’re mostly increasing it artificially since most of the time we aren’t utilizing our full education.

      To put it in context, I only interviewed 2 Americans for onsite in the past 8 years. Maybe only phone screened 4-5 Americans in that same time. Americans simply aren’t even making it through the screening process. And I know for sure they’re applying. Everyone is applying. I’ve referred many really good engineers I’ve worked with and they didn’t pass. My experience might not be representative of the industry because it’s mostly in distributed systems and search.

      So this whole competition that H1Bs bring really is drowning out a lot of qualified people. It’s hard to deny that. Even the H1B have to grind leetcode and bomb out like everyone else. So I’m not convinced this program is really in the best interest of everyone who is a citizen. It’s valuable for skilled labor sourcing. But where is this competition getting us? What will it be like 5 years from now? 400 leetcode question? Where is the line?
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Apple OFyj40
      @5’6” I get it and I can sympathize for those who really want citizenship but are from India. There is not one singular fair immigration system in the world. Immigration has never been easy in the US. Research the discrimination and racism that every immigrant wave had to face. Things will be better with a merit based immigration system that doesn’t also throw low skilled people under the bus because we need them too. But we can’t continue to harm American workers with H1B, H4EAD, and also switch to a merit based system. We have to dismantle H1B for merit based for there to be any shred of fairness and protectionism for citizens. That’s what I ask for when I write to my congressmen.
      Aug 12, 2018
  • Amazon tBnv11
    Honestly all the h1bs raise the hiring bar a lot. All my international friends grind hundreds of leetcode because they really need to get into FANG and it'll dramatically change their lives. This just makes it hard for US citizens who'll need to do the same to keep competitive.
    Aug 12, 20188
    • OpenTable Meliodas
      But, isn’t the H1B program for when a company can’t find a qualified citizen? If a citizen is competing with a non-citizen on an H1B, that is the definition of stealing.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • New / EngJedii
      When you say competing, if a US citizen is competing with a international applicant with a similar skillset, then I believe almost all times the citizen would be the first choice. However, it may not amount to stealing, if an h1b is given a job if the citizen is not of the same caliber.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • OpenTable Meliodas
      The H1B program is for when a company asserts that there are no available citizen candidates.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • New / EngJedii
      What's the legal definition of candidates? Any random.person with some background can claim to be candidate for a job. But that in no way means being qualified for a job.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Commvault Gtalk
      Its hell lot of hard work to clear FANG and if one is clearing it, it means he deserved that job, be it H1B or American..If you want companies to lower down the toughness level here so that Americans gets selected , nobody can save you.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • OpenTable Meliodas
      The legal definition of candidate is qualified candidate.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Amazon tBnv11
      What's the definition of qualified? Being able to leetcode well? I mean, the majority of applicants who apply to Google could probably do the job since most engineers aren't doing any ground breaking stuff. Qualified in this case just means being very good at leetcode.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Commvault Gtalk
      You are questioning companies selection process..Different companies have different process.
      Aug 13, 2018
  • Facebook Eirne
    I’m pro Immigration but your logic doesn’t make sense. You said: “But how many of you honestly know how much does an employer has to invest in money and time to get a H-1B application going and the rigorous processing involved with attorney, USCIS ? And do you believe these corporations would invest this money in visa fee, attorney fee, cycles for one H-1B visa and in path to citizenship, if they can find equally able American citizens to do the same job?” WRONG

    Switching costs are higher for an immigrant so they are likely to continue slaving along with a slow career trajectory.

    N H1B cannot afford to get fired because consequences are more dire. A US citizen can show his/her middle finger to a crazy demanding manager, collect unemployment check while applying for new jobs. An immigrant can’t.

    Immigrants also have fewer choices of jobs (limited to companies that are willing to hire them, limited in job profiles). They can’t start side businesses. They don’t have enough choices to negotiate as best as a citizen could.

    All in all, immigrants are preferable because of these limitations. Not the other way around.
    Aug 12, 20182
    • Apple JamesTkirk
      OP
      If I may ask, have you ever hired a H-1B employee before or you’re just sharing what you feel is the truth?

      Because reality is far from what you said. Able and competent people always move to a better paying job and employer irrespective of visa and green card limitations. Though I agree with inability to start businesses and all.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • New twope
      It could be that you are overlooking some realities here, OP. There has been numerous discussions on this forum as well as outside, which point to the fact that switching jobs and/ or titles while on a GC queue is not very easy because of the repercussions involved. And current RFEs, rejection of H1 applications are also making employees be more wary about switching jobs (at least they are thinking twice before going ahead, unlike before). Just saying "Able and competent people always move to a better paying job and employer irrespective of visa and green card limitations" is a bit simplistic, don't you think?
      Aug 12, 2018
  • Google / Eng
    JustLife

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    JustLifemore
    I would agree with most everything you said except the tone. Calling a large group idiots isn't a great way to make an argument. I truly think some of the fundamental issues you called out are the reason why MAGA exists in the first place. Hard for masses to realize and neither party has made it their agenda to educate on these issues. They would rather fight on short term issues folks can relate to.
    Aug 12, 20181
    • Apple allgripes
      Just because large no.of people are cluelessly stupid and chose not to believe in the facts but only in rhetoric doesn’t mean we have to respect them. OP is right about calling them idiots.
      Aug 31, 2018
  • Oracle
    beEvil

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    beEvilmore
    the thing is young ppl in the US are not interested in STEM, call smart student nerdy. thats why we are here, TC 300k.
    Aug 12, 20181
    • Lyft 2hia5b
      I'm the nerd who bangs your daughter
      Aug 12, 2018
  • Microsoft tycoon1
    The citizens of USA have unanimously voted for a government that wants fair immigration while giving opportunities to their own country men. Take India for example - the immigration fraud consulting companies like infosys, TCS commit. You fell prey to your own countrymen. What is it that is so difficult to understand?
    Aug 12, 20181
    • OpenTable Meliodas
      No immigration bill has been unanimous.
      Aug 12, 2018
  • New
    fjTN53

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    Shut the fuck up. This post is not about diversity but a rant and attack
    Aug 12, 20181
    • Apple allgripes
      Kiss my brown ass you little whiny bitch.
      Aug 28, 2018
  • Instacart bo&n32kop$
    Op why are your replies so salty? Why you mad bro?
    Aug 12, 20181
    • Apple JamesTkirk
      OP
      Only at the ignorant ones. Haha 😛
      Aug 12, 2018
  • Cisco / IT
    smosh

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    They do steal jobs but at tier 4 and lower companies. Look at a company like dxc. It's a sweat shop where recruiting firms pimp out h1bs
    Aug 12, 20181
    • MathWorks / DatafXss35
      I don't think anyone has against those sweat shops getting banned.

      The argument is usually wrt those doing meaningful work
      Aug 15, 2018
  • OpenTable Meliodas
    Yes, there is some job stealing going on. Companies routinely lie about doing due diligence to find citizens for their open roles.

    Intel, for example, was laying off citizens while at the same time posting H1B notices for similar positions it wanted to fill with non-citizens.
    Aug 12, 20180
  • New twope
    Yet, hiring H1Bs would have the side-effect of eventually depressing wages because if an H1B candidate has a GC application running, they can't take a promotion/ switch to a different job/ title without losing their line in the queue. A situation not totally un-preferred by an employer than hiring a non-visa dependent employee who can leave the job anytime. With the current wave of RFEs and rejections, H1Bs looking to transfer jobs will also think a 2nd time, benefiting the employer and keeping wages at the level they are already at.
    Aug 12, 20180
  • Zillow Group hiyy
    Personally, I have heard this "stealing jobs" from those who got green card/citizenship than those who were born here, don't know why since they benefited from the same system.
    Aug 12, 20180
  • Oracle Pearman
    Sooner or later things will change , people who are abusing the system will be thrown out , people who are capable and can boost economies of other countries will leave for other countries - UK , Australia , new Zeland , Canada etc ... already started in the last 6 months 5-6 of my friends have left for India , Canada , Paris etc . Each one of them had a masters or PhD from US universities with a strong background in their areas of research
    Aug 12, 20180
  • Citibank / OtherSlurpsurp
    Have they (foreigners)been stealing farm jobs? Apparently not. No one went to become a farm hand in the middle of the financial crisis.
    Aug 12, 20185
    • Salesforce / EngVlad Putin
      Raise the pay. Simple as that.
      No one want to be a farm hand at under the minimum wage.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Citibank / OtherSlurpsurp
      And pay more for fruit and veggies. Heavens no
      Aug 12, 2018
    • OpenTable Meliodas
      H1B isn’t an unskilled farm worker program.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Salesforce / EngVlad Putin
      @citibank the same motivation as of people who opposed ending the slavery.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Citibank / OtherSlurpsurp
      Ok @Russianoperative
      Aug 12, 2018
  • Oscar / Eng
    tc/gtfo

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    tc/gtfomore
    Well, I guess the big corporations are the one stealing American jobs and money. Look at all the iPhone we sold globally!!
    Aug 12, 20181
    • Apple JamesTkirk
      OP
      Well, thats the truth ain’t it ? 😬
      Aug 12, 2018
  • Amazon / Eng
    eisenhower

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    eisenhowermore
    Fuck Tata. Long live H1B, though
    Aug 13, 20180
  • City of Springfield, MA revsfan
    Kinda false. First and foremost if you Outsource to another country then your subject to that country's rules and regulations period a business could not do business without the forms of contract laws. If you think Uncle Sam is going to come to your defense if another country screws you over that's not happening. Outsourcing attempts to minimize your most controllable expense that being labor. However, when you do this you maximize your uncontrollable expenses such as foreign taxation, foreign fuel prices, foreign banking and litigation, shipping, translation Etc. As countries develop they want more and this leads to increased costs. In 2000 you could get manufacturing done in China for $0.50 an hour. Today its 4:50 an hour and can be $14. 50 an hour in the Eastern cities. As for tech support consumers can tell an English speaker versus a non-native English speaker and they're willing to pay more for a native speaker.

    I don't think these programs are necessarily a bad thing but the purpose gets to be complicated. How can it be argued that there's a labor shortage constantly if these firms control their own qualifications? Furthermore how can you expect a person to come over as an employee for a few years without ultimately leading to other decisions such as marriage, buying a house and having kids?

    As for school ranking that ignores the fact that we don't have a national education system we have local governance of education on school boards and the licensing of teachers occurs on the state boards. They're a dramatic difference is District Two districts and state-to-state. Other countries are unitary states of which at there is no local control and therefore parents have little to say. China has consistently cheated their rankings by excluding those that are living in more rural areas. They do not have a tenth amendment in the whole crew system for Generations has limited the growth of urban and rural inhabitants.
    Aug 12, 20180
  • Amazon gKoV81
    America is 38th in math and 27th in science.
    Nice inflated numbers there.
    Aug 12, 20180
  • Facebook westlake
    The same way American companies are stealing money from other countries?
    Aug 12, 20180
  • Oscar / Eng
    tc/gtfo

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    tc/gtfomore
    Would be nice if DACA finally has a permeant solution. I guess I am an entitled dickhead :(
    Aug 12, 20187
    • Amazon / EngonMyWay
      DACA is a reoccurring problem. Every 10-15 years we do the same thing all over again.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Oscar / Eng
      tc/gtfo

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      tc/gtfomore
      What isn’t a recurring problem though?
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Amazon / EngonMyWay
      With that process, should we never attempt to fix anything in life? That’s kind of a silly approach.

      DACA is reoccurring because we legalize everyone and are supposedly serious about border protection, then a few hundred thousand people come through, and we’re back in the same place.
      Aug 13, 2018
    • Oscar / Eng
      tc/gtfo

      OscarEng

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      tc/gtfomore
      Well, then why would we not solve the problem? Just keep kicking the can? It’s like never fix a leaking pipe at home. Replace the pipe.
      Aug 13, 2018
    • Amazon / EngonMyWay
      That’s what I’m saying. We can do both. We can tighten immigration via illegal border crossings and legalize at the same time. I think Trump even offered that at one point.
      Aug 13, 2018
    • Oscar / Eng
      tc/gtfo

      OscarEng

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      I am real.
      tc/gtfomore
      He flipped the table even though he “okayed” with the Gang of Six. But his ears were filled with shit by Kelly and Miller. Smh. Then now we are back to stage zero.
      Aug 13, 2018
    • Amazon / EngonMyWay
      Ya, you’re probably right. We should probably kick out all of the DACA people to show we’re serious, and not going in circles.
      Aug 13, 2018
  • Commvault Gtalk
    Filing for H1 itself is a big process with significant money being spent on processing application only.
    Aug 12, 20182
    • Salesforce / EngVlad Putin
      Not really.
      Not that expensive for the company, just think that expenses deducted from 1st year's salary of employee compared to local candidate.
      process is simple enough for lawyers to navigate through given there is a pipeline of h1b cases.
      Aug 12, 2018
    • Apple OFyj40
      A tech giant isn’t going to care about this one bit. They make it very clear that they don’t care where you are from. Only that you’ve grinded enough leetcode question to pass their hiring bar.
      Aug 13, 2018
  • New / EngJedii
    It is expensive financially and logistically for not so well funded/upcoming startups. Not so much for large companies.
    Aug 12, 20180
  • Apple / Enghans32
    Why do u care what the MAGA folks think, OP?
    Aug 12, 20180
  • Citibank / OtherSlurpsurp
    It doesn’t matter. There are literally millions learning to code around the world. Those of you first to market will do fine. Everyone else will have their comp devastated as supply overwhelms demand.
    Aug 12, 20180
  • It’s supply and demand. American companies want specialization and save costs, contract companies fulfill this demand. H1Bs don’t steal jobs, businesses want to save costs and improve efficiency- that’s what the visa is designed for.
    Aug 12, 20180

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