Yes, we need enforcement on India Inc RICO staffing companies.
We need arrests.
We need handcuffs.
We need trials.
We need prosecution.
The next time Azim Premji, Ratan Tata, or N.R. Narayana Murthy set foot in America, they must be arrested + tried for mass H-1B visa fraud and rigging the US labor market – which is a felony.
Massive India Inc organized crime.
The H-1B program has become a mass organized criminal fraud.
“WASHINGTON, DC – The executive officers of the International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers (IFPTE), a labor union representing upwards of 90,000 professionals in high skilled occupations, responded to the revelations in the Economic Policy Institute’s (EPI) latest report on widespread underpayment of H-1B workers and the misuse of the H-1B visa program by employers seeking to lower labor costs, in violation of the H-1B statute.
The EPI report, “New Evidence of Widespread Wage Theft in the H-1B Visa Program,” authored by Ron Hira and Daniel Costa, analyses an internal document from India-based IT staffing firm HCL Technologies and reveals an offshore-outsourcing model that abuses the H-1B program to hire foreign guestworkers at wages below what U.S. workers are paid. The HCL document shows H-1B workers at the firm were underpaid at least $95 million in just one year“.
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