H-1B workers hired by Wright State University and exempt from the quota found their way to several companies, including Lexis-Nexis and UES. To add to the foul stench of corruption, Lexis-Nexis's managing director for North America, Sean Fitzpatrick, is on the board of trustees at Wright State and the CEO of UES was on the board until this story became public.
What is it going to take for Congress to seriously address the abuse in H-1B? Americans being replaced by foreign workers has not done it. Maybe it would take something as extreme as someone using H-1B to import teenage sex slaves into the United States to finally get Congress to do more than dance to industry lobbyists feeding them campaign cash.
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