Do you own an IPhone? Why is that product made in China rather than the US? Oh right! The wages for factory workers in the US were to high so they off-shored all the manufacturing jobs to a cheaper labor force.
Well welcome to the same treatment.
It's not the "same treatment" at all. In the one case (outsourcing), unskilled jobs are moving overseas not due to government interference but due to global economic pressure. Leaving a country is a basic right, as long as someone else is willing to let you in.
In the other case (in-sourcing), government is actively bringing specific types of skilled people into the country, bypassing normal immigration law and targeting very specific industries thanks to lobbyists.
You aren't screaming to have all the manufacturing jobs brought back to give Americans those jobs again as that would raise the cost of that new phone you buy every year or the new TV or appliances you get so cheaply.
Are you serious? "Have them brought back"? Like this is some kind of two-bit dictatorship? People (and the jobs they create) are free to emigrate to any country that will let them in. Good luck trying to write a law which forces job creators to remain in the US. That is truly a dark path.
By contrast, immigration policy is supposed to be "fair". But programs like H1B are anything but.
Shut up and deal with it the way the rest of the country has had to. Crybaby whiners.
The "rest of the country" certainly hasn't faced competition from H1B visa workers, more than 95% of which target the software and IT industry.
But regardless, your sentiment is clear. You are more interested in taking others down a notch because of envy, rather than being genuinely interested in public policy fairness.