That is an irresponsible statement. Far more employers and lawyers want to see this happen than those who don't. Do you think that employers enjoy paying enormous fees for the privilege of hiring workers? When this goes through, the volume of H filings will drop because there will be an enormous number of "free agents" available to hire without having to go through immigration paperwork. As for lawyers, I don't know of a single lawyer who opposes this. Everyone thinks that it is a good move. I didn't get into immigration to make money. If I wanted more money I could have gone into mergers and acquisitions, or another lucrative practice area. I used to be a partner in the world's largest law firm. I had ample opportunity to move into any practice area that I wanted. I practice in this field because I want to help people. For someone who does not know me to come along and make this kind of allegation is offensive in the extreme.