The Trump organization sued Facebook on Thursday for supposedly ignoring US work possibility for a large number of positions for foreigner laborers holding impermanent visas.
The suit by the Justice Department asserts that from 2018 through September 2019, Facebook oppressed US laborers by saving employment opportunities for impermanent specialists including H-1B visa holders.
In an articulation, Facebook representative Andy Stone stated: “Facebook has been cooperating with the DOJ in its review of this issue and while we dispute the allegations in the complaint, we cannot comment further on pending litigation.”
The objection follows a two-year examination by the DOJ, as per an office discharge.
The Trump organization looks for common punishments against Facebook just as back compensation for what the DOJ says is owed to US laborers who were denied work at Facebook.
“Our message to workers is clear,” said Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband, in an explanation.
“If companies deny employment opportunities by illegally preferring temporary visa holders, the Department of Justice will hold them accountable. Our message to all employers — including those in the technology sector — is clear: you cannot illegally prefer to recruit, consider, or hire temporary visa holders over U.S. workers.”
The grumbling was documented under the steady gaze of regulatory law decided at the Executive Office for Immigration, a part of the Justice Department.
The’s Office of the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer regularly handles cases including migration business rehearses.