"John"

Southern California Edison (formerly)

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Former Information Technology employee for Southern California Edison, the electric utility that provides service to 14 million people, he was replaced in January, 2015 by a foreign worker on an H-1B visa

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The  H-1B Visa  program, begun in 1990, is designed to fill jobs requiring advanced science or computer skills — but only when American workers can't be found.

Are H-1B Visas Costing American Jobs?

The H-1B Visa program, begun in 1990, is designed to fill jobs requiring advanced science or computer skills — but only when American workers can't be found.

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