REALLY? Universities Are ‘Fast Tracking’ Foreign Students To Fill Over 100,000 US Jobs


Universities and colleges are now trying to rush in foreign students to take American jobs before President-Elect Donald Trump gets into office and stops the gravy-train.

Breitbart reports:

U.S. universities have rapidly doubled the number of fee-paying foreign students who are being fast-tracked into the professional jobs sought by American graduates.

In 2009, the universities helped 67,804 foreign graduates get white-collar jobs under the little-known Optional Practical Training program, which allows foreigners to get professional-grade jobs inside the United States for at least three years.

By 2016, the universities worked with companies to get at least 147,498 foreign student customers into the white-collar jobs, according to the Institute of International Education, a New York-based group run by trustees from industry, education and Wall Street.

Get ready, because Trump is about to investigate and strip all these privileges and put Americans first.

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