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H-1B Visa Audit Win: Ruling Eases Employer Payment Obligation when H-1B Workers Make Themselves Unavailable for Work
H-1B Visa Audit Win: Ruling Eases Employer Payment Obligation when H-1B Workers Make Themselves Unavailable for Work

Introduced in a separate article , the new standard for avoiding wage liability to H-1B employees (without terminating them) created in Gupta vs. Compunnel raises a serious question. Now, to escape liability in this way, employers must first have “work assigned” to the ...

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Blog posts in June, 2015

  • H-1B Visa Audit Update: New Standard Almost Meant Huge Wage Liability for H-1B Employers

    In a February blog article , we covered the case of an H-1B employee who had “absconded.” Specifically, she made herself patently unavailable for work ...

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  • Part II: Strategy for Overcoming “Dual-Use” Technology Concerns at the U.S. Consulate

    Sometimes extreme situations can lead to immigration benefits that might not have otherwise been available. Last Friday, October 21, saw just such a ...

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  • New Guidance on When to File Amended H-1B Petitions

    USCIS has issued guidance describing some situations where it is required to file an amended H-1B petition. This guidance follows a ruling out of its ...

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