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  • 30 Oct 2013 - 05:45

    According to "Times of India" :

    The US government plans to punish Indian outsourcing giant Infosys with the largest immigration fine ever for seeking visas fraudulently for workers at big clients in America, the Wall Street Journal reported. 

    Infosys is accused of putting workers on visitor visas rather than work visas. The former are much easier and cheaper to obtain than the latter. The fine is expected to be about $35 million, the paper said, quoting people close to the matter. 

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  • 1 Feb 2013 - 15:07

    Visas for Domestic Employees of B, E, F, H, I, J, L, O, P, and Q Visa Holders and U.S. Citizens Temporarily Assigned To The United States (B-1)

    Holders of nonimmigrant B<, E<, F<, H<, I<, J<, L<, O<, P<, and Q< visas, and U.S. citizens planning temporary stays in the United State...

  • 29 Aug 2011 - 08:07

    Please check attachment to view USCIS policy memo.

  • 10 Feb 2011 - 06:48

    Release Date: February 9, 2011

    For Immediate Release
    Office of the Press Secretary
    Contact: 202-282-8010

    WASHINGTON—The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Department of State (DOS) announced the creation of an annotated version of the B-1 visa—issued to foreign citizens visiting the United States for business purposes—that will make foreign maritime workers eligible to apply for a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC). The TWIC is a tamper-resistant biometric identification card that maritime workers must obtain in order to gain unrestricted access to secure areas of maritime facilities.

    "Strengthening the security of our maritime global supply chain is critical to protecting our nation from evolving threats," said Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano. "This new TWIC process is a critical step toward ensuring that foreign maritime workers can quickly and efficiently obtain the necessary credentials to do their jo...

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