WASHINGTON, April 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — We could all use a little good news these days, and an announcement today from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) begins with some, noting that “the nation’s economy continues to reopen safely.” But for American workers displaced by the long COVID-19 crisis, that’s where the good news ends. For an administration that, in its first three months, has thrown open our borders and ended all meaningful enforcement of immigration laws, the first signs of a labor market recovery are an opportunity to make sure those jobs are filled by foreign workers instead of American workers.

DHS, in conjunction with the Department of Labor (DOL), announced that it would make 22,000 additional H-2B temporary worker visas available (in addition to

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