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India Incs use L-1 visas to illegally place workers at client sites

The US L-1 visa is an intra-company transfer visa only.

It can only legally be used by a company to bring a foreign employee of that same company into the US on a work visa.

Any other use is totally illegal.

But India Inc “global staffing agencies” are using the L-1 visa to bring in foreign workers and then place them at client companies.

That’s visa fraud.

DHS, Trump, DOJ silent, as usual.

In 2003 Senator Diane Feinstein testified before Congress about how illegal use of L-1s should be stopped. “And how do they get into the country so easily” she asked?

Simple: India Inc staffing companies fly them in with impunity.

And there is no numerical limit on L-1 visa entry per year.

Here is an example:

Job Title: Network Control – Contractor – L1 (HRSJP00001022)

Client: Harris Corporation

Duration: 6 Months position (May go longer)

Location:- 1680 University Avenue
Rochester
New York
USA
14610

JOB DESCRIPTION 

Description:

Monitors network devices and overall network health / performance.

Responsible incident response, troubleshooting, and resolution per policies and procedures

Implement technical solutions to mitigate outages or performance issues

Provides guidance to operations shift members

Participates in various working groups and boards related to process improvement and change authorization

Performs software upgrades and patches to operational systems

Interfaces with end users and customers as required

Collaborates with software engineers, network operations, security operations, and system administrators to ensure quality and integrity of IT systems

Participates in critical recovery efforts

Position will require shift work (1st, 2nd, and 3rd shifts, as well as 8-hour days)

Minimum Qualifications (Bulleted):

Bachelor’s degree

Two of the following four certifications: Network+, CCENT, CCNA, or CCNP

Minimum 2 years of current NOC experience, as a Networking Specialist, Network Technician, or Network Analyst, working on Cisco related equipment

Minimum 1-year experience in troubleshooting and diagnosing switching/router problems

Preferred Qualifications (Bulleted):

Bachelor’s degree in Network Engineering, plus 2 years’ experience with Cisco related equipment as a Network Analyst, Network Specialist, or Network Technician

JCNCIA, or equivalent certification is preferred

Proficiency in the OSI reference model and TCP/IP

GIAC, Security +, MCSE, or Linux certification would be extremely helpful

ITIL v3 certification is a huge plus

Previous helpdesk experience is preferred

Communicate clearly, both orally and in writing

Ability to communicate technical terms/concepts to non-technical audiences

Highly motivated, process-oriented person that has a positive attitude

Thanks & Regards

Deepak Utrejpuri! Acro Service Corporation! Technical Recruiter

Phone 734-469-3593, Fax 734-344-5497

Office-39209 West Six Mile Road, Suite- 250 Livonia MI 48152

e: dutrejpuri@acrocorp.com

www.acrocorp.com