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    Instead, about 250 Disney employees were told in late October that they would be laid off. Many of their jobs were transferred to immigrants on temporary visas for highly skilled technical workers, who were brought in by an outsourcing firm based in India. Over the next three months, some Disney employees were required to train their replacements to do the jobs they had lost. …HCL America, a branch of a global company based in Noida, India, won a contract with Disney in 2012. In a statement, the company said details of the agreement were confidential. (Pink Slips at Disney. But First, Training Foreign Replacements.)

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    Wage theft:
    In 2013, Tata Consulting paid $30 million to settle a class action suit alleging tax fraud and wage theft.
    The complaint charged that Tata breached the contracts of its non-U.S.-citizen employees by requiring them to sign over their federal and state tax refund checks to Tata, and by failing to pay its non-U.S.-citizen employees the monies promised to those employees before they came to the United States. (Tata Workers in America Wages Class Action Lawsuit)

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    Smuggling and employing undocumented immigrants:
    While denying that it committed visa fraud, Infosys has agreed to pay the largest penalty ever for alleged immigration violations—$34 million—to close the investigation and conclude the civil case… From 2008 to 2011, Infosys “as a matter of practice” wrote “invitation letters”—documents submitted to and reviewed by U.S. consular officials and other immigration officials—that misrepresented the purpose of employees’ travel, according to the government complaint.

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    America has more specialized knowledge. (Not India). .. They only reason companies are hiring fake Indians are because they work for low pay. Theses Indian comes into USA with fake resume, and fake education back ground. Companies like Tata Consultancy Services, Infosys, Wipro, Cognizant and many more. “Are well aware of it”.

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    government needs to stand up – ban these fake IT companies

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    Eighteen American information technology professionals have filed a civil lawsuit against its former employer, Cognizant, for replacing them with people from India who were hired…on H-1B visas. The case was filed…against Molina Healthcare…and its outsourcer Cognizant Technology Solution on charges of national origin discrimination…age discrimination…violation of the labour code…[A]ttorneys for the plaintiffs…alleged that Cognizant brings in only Indian workers…and they do not allow anybody to apply for jobs at Molina…”…H-1Bs…are paid $50,000 a year and the people who were fired were making $75,000 year…[T]hese companies are not paying the H-1Bs what the law says…”…Also the case has charged…Desai…a former chief information officer of Molina…It was during his tenure…that Cognizant has been supplying Molina, through Desai, with non-immigrant employees from India, it has been charged…

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    A few years ago, the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer informed hundreds of tech workers at its Connecticut R&D facilities that they’d soon be laid off. Before getting their final paychecks, however, they’d need to train their replacements: guest workers from India who’d come to the United States on H-1B visas. “It’s a very, very stressful work environment,” one soon-to-be-axed worker told Connecticut’s The Day newspaper. “I haven’t been able to sleep in weeks.”
    Established in 1990, the federal H-1B visa program allows employers to import up to 65,000 foreign workers each year to fill jobs that require “highly specialized knowledge.” The Senate’s bipartisan Immigration Innovation Act of 2013, or “I-Squared Act,” would increase that cap to as many as 300,000 foreign workers. “The smartest, hardest-working, most talented people on this planet, we should want them to come here,” Sen. Marco Rubio, (R-Fla.) said upon introducing the bill last month. “I, for one, have no fear that this country is going to be overrun by Ph.D.s.”

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