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Questionable Immigration Practices By Employers?
January 14, 2013

Recently, a major information technology company reached an out-court-settlement with an ex-employee who had reportedly alleged visa violations and victimization by the Company.  While such a settlement is not an acceptance of liability or any wrong-doing, the development seems to have created apprehensions of more such allegations against companies who are major users of US non-immigrant employment visas.   The US immigration laws are clear as to what visa can be used for what purpose, and there should be no confusion.  If the employers get the right guidance and follow the regulations, allegations of misuse can be avoided.

Please see a related news item where this author has been quoted:

http://www.livemint.com/Companies/1TFM9oXOrJHDgL8Ddftj0M/Job-practices-of-foreign-firms-in-US-may-draw-more-legal-att.html

 

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