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Infosys Settles Visa Fraud Case for $35 Million

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CBS News reports that the tech giant Infosys, an India-based staffing company, has settled a fraud suit with the Justice Department by agreeing to pay a $35 million fine. The company was accused of misusing the B-1 visa category as a way to get around the H-1B annual cap that has limited its ability to send IT professionals to the US.

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  1. dileepp89's Avatar
    US Department of Justice issuing a around $35 million fine against Indian IT giant Infosys, the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is launching a probe into other India-based IT companies to investigate their hiring trends. Te report appeared in The American Bazaar
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