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    The BBC undercover investigation revealing fraud in the UK visa system especially abuse of the TOIEC exam.

    The BBC undercover investigation revealing fraud in the UK visa system especially abuse of the TOIEC exam.

    link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wW_3rLQOLNQ&feature=youtu.be

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    https://www.theindianpanorama.news/world/unitedstates/2-indian-american-sentenced-7-years-h1b-visa-fraud/#.WLCDOIWcGzl

    Two Indian-American brothers have been sentenced to over seven years in prison for committing fraud in H1B visa programme, popular among IT and software professionals, to create a low-cost workforce in the US.
    Atul Nanda, 46, and his brother, Jiten “Jay” Nanda, 45, were each sentenced by Judge Barbara M. G. Lynn, the Chief U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of Texas, to 7 years and two months in federal prison, according to U.S. Attorney John Parker. The brothers were recently convicted by a jury following a trial.
    U.S. authorities had filed an indictment in 2013 alleging that the firm created by the brothers, Dibon Solutions, sponsored H-1B workers for jobs that didn’t necessarily exist. The visa holders were only paid if the company was able to place them.
    Dibon was headquartered in Carrollton, Texas.
    Each was convicted on one count of conspiracy to commit visa fraud, one count of conspiracy to harbour illegal aliens and four counts of wire fraud. The brothers, who have been out on bond, were remanded to the custody of the US Marshals Service.

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