Archive for November, 2009

FDNS Explains the 3 Types of Site Visits It Conducts; Which One May Apply to You?

USCIS has released more details about its new fraud detection program marked by surprise site visits, according to AILA. During DHS’ recent program on employment-based visa fraud, the Fraud Detection and National Security (FDNS) office, explained the three types of site visits it is conducting: 1. Risk Assessment Program fraud study. These visits involve any […]

H-1B Fraud Detection Site Visits in Full Swing. What Should You Expect?

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has launched a new program in which it is making unannounced site visits throughout the United States to monitor and detect fraud among H-1B employers and their H-1B employees. In this article we explain what happens during these site visits and your rights and obligations under the law […]

My Employer Made Me Pay For My H-1B Application and/or Deductions from My Paycheck. Can They Do That?

Image by el swifterino via Flickr Were you forced to pay for your H-1B application fees? Did your employer order you to travel to another city for work and make you pay for your own hotel? Did your employer make you pay for your plane trip to the United States from your home? Can your employer do […]