So you think American workers are not being discriminated against?


The Department’s investigation leading up to the settlement determined that El Expreso failed to consider applications from qualified U.S. workers for its temporary bus driver positions and then petitioned for H-2B visa workers to fill the positions, even though the H-2B visa program requires employers to recruit and hire available and qualified U.S. workers before they receive permission to hire temporary foreign workers. The INA generally prohibits employers from refusing to hire or consider U.S. workers because of their citizenship status.

https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/houston-bus-company-distributes-more-90000-us-workers-under-department-justice-settlement

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