Tech Workers Fight To Keep H-4 Work Rule Challenge Alive

Law360, New York (May 27, 2015, 6:49 PM EDT) -- A tech industry worker group urged a D.C. federal court Tuesday to keep alive their challenge to a new U.S. Department of Homeland Security H-4 visa rule that allows certain spouses of high-skilled immigrants to get work authorization, saying the department wrongly argued that they didn't properly plead an injury.

Save Jobs USA, a group of former Southern California Edison tech workers who say they were replaced by foreign nationals on H-1B visas, filed an opposition to the government's motion to have the case tossed, arguing that the group has standing to challenge the H-4 visa rule because the rule harmed...

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