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Old 06-19-2007, 08:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Post Where and How to report H4 to H1 Visa Fraud

It has come to my attention that an individual who has no work experience in computer field has applied for H1B approval. The person's husband asked me for an false experience letter as he needed it for his wife (who is currentky in H4) I was told that she has been illegaly working for a small company and getting paid in cash. She normally does desk jobs but it seems that it will be impossible to get a H1B for desk job. So, they are collecting false working experience letters for Web Development/Programmer from family & friends. I refused to give the experience letter but they showed me a few false experience letters. I have now been told that they have already applied for the H1B approval with all false documents under premium processing. This lady has no idea about Computer Programming, no prior work experience, yet has decided to cheat the system.

1. What should I do? Should I report this to the USCIS or Labor? What is my legal and moral responsibility for this type of incidents. I do not want to ruin someone life but I also want to ensure that immigrants do not cheat the system and make it difficult for the honest ones.

2. Is there an email address where I can report this fraud to USCIS and Labor or can i report the same in person? Do i have to submit some forms too? If Possible can I pls have the related information as to where else can i report such happenings?

3)can I still complaint about the same even after she somehow gets her visa? What is the procedure for the same? I have some documents to prove that she is using fraudulent documents.

I would be greatfull for any help extended on this.
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Old 06-20-2007, 08:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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It has come to my attention that an individual who has no work experience in computer field has applied for H1B approval. The person's husband asked me for an false experience letter as he needed it for his wife (who is currentky in H4) I was told that she has been illegaly working for a small company and getting paid in cash. She normally does desk jobs but it seems that it will be impossible to get a H1B for desk job. So, they are collecting false working experience letters for Web Development/Programmer from family & friends. I refused to give the experience letter but they showed me a few false experience letters. I have now been told that they have already applied for the H1B approval with all false documents under premium processing. This lady has no idea about Computer Programming, no prior work experience, yet has decided to cheat the system.

1. What should I do? Should I report this to the USCIS or Labor? What is my legal and moral responsibility for this type of incidents. I do not want to ruin someone life but I also want to ensure that immigrants do not cheat the system and make it difficult for the honest ones.

2. Is there an email address where I can report this fraud to USCIS and Labor or can i report the same in person? Do i have to submit some forms too? If Possible can I pls have the related information as to where else can i report such happenings?

3)can I still complaint about the same even after she somehow gets her visa? What is the procedure for the same? I have some documents to prove that she is using fraudulent documents.

I would be greatfull for any help extended on this.
Regds,
Honest guy
You can probably access either agency's online website and find out how to file a complaint. Any online forms and procedures should also be clearly posted. You may even be able to file a confidential report .. again, that can be determined either on the website or by a general telephone call.

As far as the other question, I'll defer that one here. Let your conscience be your guide. You can best answer the morality question, right?

Good luck.
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Old 07-22-2011, 06:13 PM   #3 (permalink)
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L1 Visa Fraud

I worked for a company in the IT industry that intentionally falsified documents of foreign workers in order to obtain L1 Visas for individuals whom had never been employed by the same company in India. It is my understanding that these workers must have been employed by the same company for at least a one year period prior to the L1 Visa application. Additionally the resumes of these individuals contained false and misleading information regarding skills and previous experience. The resumes were produced by the same company I am referring to. I believe this to not only be unethical, but illegal also. How can I report these unscrupulous people and have them punished for their actions? I have documents that can prove this.
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Old 12-07-2011, 08:11 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Their online services doesn't work sometimes. Going straight to their office have the assurance that your complains will be accommodated.
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Old 06-06-2014, 06:35 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Do it from the agencys website online. But do you really want to do this?
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