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【回应亲属移民以及白宫签字,好心mm的建议汇总】 唇亡齿寒,反对Bill HR 1044/S386的模版

大家好,我们借用这个账号,想转发一下来自一亩三分地“老油条”id 的帖子,希望版主能够高亮一下。Bill HR 1044 一旦参议院,众议院全部通过,那么对于我们中国留学生,靠自己辛苦努力好不容易得到的H1B 人群,EB2/EB3, 甚至EB1 都会有巨大的打击。EB2/EB3 排期很可能最少会到退6-8年,甚至10年。当绿卡名额有限时候,甚至有可能会波及到EB1 杰出人才人群。

我们希望大家能够在这个危难的时候,团结起来,一起为华人出一点力。

鉴于大家可能看不到一亩三分地的帖子,我们完全复制粘贴“老油条” 的帖子,并且附上链接,在此,感谢“老油条,” 也希望有一亩三分地的id们能回去通报,帮忙顶一下“老油条”的帖子:

原帖链接:
https://www.1point3acres.com/bbs/thread-536175-3-1.html



标题:[其他] 我的反HR1044/S386议员信模板


正文:

适用范围:民主党议员。共和党议员也能用,但是这封信主要强调diversity,共和党议员的话你可以再多强调一点American First。意识形态原因,这封信里没有说American First。
本模板优点:简单粗暴,只要改名字(红色部分),其他部分都可以ctrl+v,无须修改。

信件内容主要来自“手把手教你写”那个帖子里的一个fact pdf,还有网上找的其他模板(有的来自地里,感谢),pdf发在附件了。如果你写信可以加附件,请记得加上这个pdf。
信件前半部分讲为什么现在这个bill很有害,后半部分讲如果你想帮助印度backlog还有其他更好方法(比如增加配额到15%等),这部分主要是为了体现我们不是自私自利,如果不喜欢可以删除这部分。
如果你有空,可以加点自己的故事什么的。

鼓励广泛传播,一起来反对这个法案。喜欢请加米。

7/11/2019 更新

1) 回应本帖里对于亲属移民的concern

回复援引新未名律师事务所律师的回复, 完整版在这个链接:
《有数字有真相,为你解读最近职业移民绿卡配额改变的法案》

比如说,对于亲属移民来说,把每个国家的名额从总名额的7%提高到15%,是不是好事呢?你不能只看一个数字,那是猴子的水平。实际情况是,目前中国亲属移民的排期和世界其他国家是一样的,等待的时间并没有差别,所以名额增加并不能带来好处,等待时间较长是因为全世界的申请人多,大家都在等。那么,哪些国家比世界其余地方的亲属移民等待时间更长呢?是墨西哥和菲律宾。因为他们在美国的人数多,在本国等待的亲属(尤其是兄弟姐妹)更多。在亲属移民年度总配额不变的情况下,提高国别配额,墨西哥和菲律宾申请人可以多拿很多名额,留给世界其他国家,包括中国的,也就更少了,等待时间当然也就更长了。顺便说一下,美国公民的直系亲属,包括配偶,父母,和未成年子女,办理绿卡不受配额限制,不用等待排期。“

2) 白宫签名链接,因为这个帖子里不少mm 提及,一并感谢

2. 填入姓名和邮箱
3. Submit


https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/do-not-pass-bills-s386-or-hr1044-do-not-pass-bills-s386-or-hr1044-us-worker-and-racial-diversity
3) 一亩三分地版主自己写的帖子(谢谢好心mm 帮忙转载)

灭顶之灾要来了!HR1044通过后中国留学生办绿卡将有六年寸草不生


更新:感谢各位好心的mm 踊跃提供意见!!!

48 楼 seeking668
“其实个人觉得这种copy/paste的群发效果很差,人都会看出是机器人发的,直接送垃圾桶了
还不如每个人自己写两句反对就行了,各不相同最重要。议员根本不用和他们讲道理,这些道理大家都清楚,重要的是人数(民选议员看的就是人数),而同一个copy恰恰把人数抹掉了,写得再精彩也没用”


67-68 楼 caffeine

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/03/01/gop-senators-push-green-card-rewards-for-indian-visa-workers-who-take-college-jobs-in-u-s/
这里的分析很不错。楼主可以参照。
和gop讲的时候可以说的很明白,就是这个bill让美国中产失业。
另外去twitter给djt, dt jr.,尤其是junior,他看twitter的。
另外tweet给mitch mcconnell,也是从让美国中产失业的角度说。senate是republican多数,mitch不让过的话就没啥希望。“

74 楼tannya
“我觉得第一段是不是不要提烙印排期十几年比较好,不然万一引发对老印的同情心怎么办。直接说h1b abuse这件事,我们抽签的时候已经是受害人了,现在不能二次伤害了。我准备这样开头:my name is xxx and I was one of the 85000 fortunate beneficiaries who won their H1b lottery in year 20xx when H1b was heavily abused. 然后用楼主的论据说为什么不能再纵容h1b abuse了”

224 楼 mia8 mm 自己的模版


“刚才发给州参议员了,本州另一个议员没有sponsor bill就没有发。是在议员自己网站上的联系他们的地方填写的。


Do not pass Bills S.386 or H.R.1044 for U.S. worker and racial diversity.

As a xxxx resident in xxxx, I saw this bill has been passed in House and Mr. xxxx is a cosponsor of this Bill. I strongly ask Mr. xxxx not to sponsor this Bill, because: 1. This Bill is against diversity and is not merit-based either;  2.  H1B visa abusing has been severe for many years, this Bill will release all the control on the  impact on immigration from H1B abusing; 3. If this Bill passed, cheap labors from only one big country will dominate, it is like outsourcing  millions of jobs (especially tech jobs) abroad to that country. As long as H1B visa abusing is not resolved, passing this bill is almost equal to stopping well educated people (from US and other countries except that ONE country) getting more chances in the tech industry.







以下是一亩三分地“老油条”id 的模版


Dear Representative (Senator) XX,  (注意这里的xx 是二楼议员的名字,名单请看我的二楼名单,我已经发了快50封了)

Legislative Bill HR 1044/S386, “Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act of 2019” is one of the most controversial, yet potentially damaging legislation in Congress. This legislation favors only one country, encourages H1b abuses, and allows it to completely co-opt the entire Employment Based Green Card program.

A “YES VOTE” or co-sponsoring HR1044/S386, “Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act of 2019”, would effectively wipe out ethnic diversity in the skilled legal immigration system and be detrimental to the vital interests of the USA.


While sympathizing the long backlog that immigrants origin in India are currently suffering, I believe HR1044 will only make the situation worse because:

1. It does not increase the quota of legal immigration, but only redistribute it among Indian immigrants and immigrants from the rest of the world. Currently, there are 466K Indian nationals in the backlog (per CRS Dec 2018 report in EB/2), so it will take about 12 years for these applicants to receive their GC. As a result, every new applicant from the rest of the world will be thrown into an overnight 12-year wait.

2. HR1044/S386 encourages H1b abuse, which is disastrous for nearly everyone except for multinational tech giants and outsourcing companies, who are utilizing the H1b as well as the EB2/3 programs to exploit cheap labor from other countries. Due to the institutional support from outsourcing companies, it has been much easier for the outsourced personnel to enter the EB2/3 queue compared to people who come to study and file green card application after they have landed a job in the US. As this bill does not have any clauses to restrain H1b abuse effectively, passing it will encourage more H1b abuse, which benefits the tech giants but worsens the situation of local workers. It also kills the dream of most foreign nationals (including Indians) seeking to immigrate to the US via fair market competition rather than through outsourcing companies. With this bill passed, it will become even harder and almost impossible to survive a chance if they have to compete individually against the outsourcing companies.

3. HR1044/S386 will effectively wipe out ethnic and skill/industry diversity from other countries for more than 12 years as only Indian nationals will receive EB GCs in a first-come, first-serve waiting line.

Indian nationals constitute about 17% of the world’s population & about 17% of the international students; but at the same time, they receive about 75% of H1B visas AND 55-60% of PERM Labor Filings. Effectively, Indian nationals DOMINATE the H1B & PERM Labor Certification process, essentially crowding out foreign nationals from 190+ other countries! The 7% country caps is the only measure curtailing the absolute monopolization of the EB Green Cards by India.

If HR1044/S386 is passed, the Employment-Based immigration program will become an Indian-First, Indian-Only program, which eliminates any possibility of an ethnically & culturally diverse immigration community.

4. HR1044/S386 has a profound negative impact on universities in the US. Partly contributed by H1b abuse, many Indians in the US work in the IT sector and have only a Bachelor’s degree from universities in India. HR1044/ S386 will effectively prioritize applicants with foreign undergraduate degrees over US PhDs & Master’s degrees. This will cause more talents, including those from India, to avoid studying in the US since it does not pay off. Furthermore, because the majority of MDs and RNs are NOT from India, this bill will lead to sudden and critical shortages in underserved areas.

On the other hand, I think there are much better ways to solve the backlog program without the catastrophic side effects as listed above.

For example, the current bill puts an 85% cap on each country, which may cause one country to monopoly the system. However, if we set this ratio to a more modest number, e.g. 15%, it is still higher than the current quota, thus processing the backlog faster, but will not come at the cost of all other nationals and will not encourage H1b abuse and outsourcing in the way that the current bill does.

Furthermore, I firmly believe that the bill will serve its purpose ONLY AFTER ending the H1b abuse. Any laws and/or regulations on immigration/visa quota is likely to be abused by outsourcing companies if we pass them without ending the abuse. If we increase the quota, they are likely to exploit more cheap labor. If we redistribute the quota, they are privileged in helping more cheap labor in the tech industry to get into the queue that originally is designed for all employers and immigrants. We have to identify and stop the abuse before anything else, while HR1044/S386 just ignores this critical issue.

Finally, I agree that we should address the backlog problem that Indian immigrants face, yet a special deal to help them who are already in the queue is better than an institutionalized pathway benefiting only tech giants and outsourcing companies at the cost of everyone else in the long run. An amnesty bill could help clear the backlog, but we should not encourage more outsourcing and H1b abuse just to give green card to the people who are already in the queue.


Above are my arguments against the HR1044/S386 bill. I urge you to vote "NO" to the bill until it addresses all the above issues. Our immigration system should not be abused and we should act to protect the diversity of our immigration community.


Thank you and looking forward to your reply!

Yours sincerely,
XX




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最后编辑SnowBall2019 最后编辑于 2019-07-10 18:31:43
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昨天就发了反对的信
这个已经变成新的代号:S386了
最后编辑我是alice 最后编辑于 2019-07-10 19:03:12
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up
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谁知道怎么联系版主吗? 那个是版主啊
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我是支持这个法案的
Hackerempire 发表于 7/10/2019 6:31:14 PM 【回应亲属移民以及白宫签字,好心mm的建议汇总】 唇亡齿寒,反对Bill HR 1044/S386的模版-6楼

看了你别的帖子
有人回复说

这是丝袜坑王的新马甲
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顶下!!!老印太可怕了……
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回复 3楼Hackerempire的帖子


骇客帝国是丝袜坑王老大爷
见不得琐男
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lz 请把email 模版clean一下。去掉第四行的 ". 1point3acres"
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lz 请把email 模版clean一下。去掉第四行的 ". 1point3acres"
newlife2014 发表于 7/10/2019 6:39:11 PM 【回应亲属移民以及白宫签字,好心mm的建议汇总】 唇亡齿寒,反对Bill HR 1044/S386的模版-10楼

好的!!
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