February 11, 2007
Dear Executive Editor and Reporters, Sacramento Bee,
I have cc'd Dorado Software on this email and offer them the opportunity to refute my claim via a "reply all" response.
Please see the BusinessWeek article "Work Visas May Work Against the U.S." by Peter Elstrom, which explains how, rather than improving America's "competitiveness," employers are using the H-1B visa to facilitate the transfer of U.S. jobs and technology out of the country. You need look no further than www.rsystems.com in El Dorado Hills for an example - they secure public sector contracts, undercutting U.S. CMAS contractors, because they utilize H-1B from India to ship as must of the project as possible back to India.
Today this ad by Dorado Software in Folsom has several signs of being bogus - being run as part of a PERM greencard sponsorship to "prove" that there are no qualified Americans available to fill the job.
Hewlett-Packard is running virtually the same ad that I alerted you to in December. I (on "would rehire" status as a former software engineer at HP Roseville) and several other qualified applicants responded to the ads in December - no one heard back.
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The evidence that this is PERM ad rather than a bona fide help wanted ad is:
NOTE: Prior PERM cases can be downloaded from DOL's FLC Data Center (This is worth downloading - DOL found that there were "no qualified Americans" to work as: Donut Maker, Cashier, Cook, Painter, Restaurant Hostess - every row in this database represents fake ads that ran in U.S. Sunday newspapers.)
Here is a form for Immigration Specialties, Inc, matching the phone number on the Dorado Software LCA.
http://www.immspec.com/aboutus.htm "We have now processed “1000’s” of visas for “100’s” of companies while functioning as their “personal in-house immigration department”." (NOTE: The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) is a key lobbyist for an H-1b increase - their slogan should be "IF A QUALIFIED AMERICAN GETS THE JOB THEN WE DON'T GET PAID."
Why are neither Hewlett-Packard nor Dorado Software participating in CSUS Engineering Job Fair - but continuing to sponsor H-1b workers?
I am awaiting the Bee's position on running help wanted ads that do not represent bona-fide intents to hire, and will continue to alert you to the fraudulent ads that you are running in your publication.
Mr. Kim Berry firstname.lastname@example.org
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