Worst H-1B Employers as of 2014

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[SIZE=3][FONT=comic sans ms][B][COLOR=#0000ff][SIZE=5]The Worst H-1B Employers as of 2014[/SIZE][/COLOR][/B]

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The Center for Immigration Studies, as a public service, has compiled the first comprehensive, all-time list of Department of Labor-debarred H-1B employers.

The listed firms were punished for various violations by being prohibited from using the visa program for various periods. Some of them are still barred, while for others the debarment period, usually one or two years, has passed. Firms in 24 states are on the list.

The government very rarely issues official lists of bad employers, but sometimes their behavior is so egregious the DoL places them on a debarred list and, for the worse employers, labels them "willful violators." The latter appear in bold on the CIS list.

The Wage and Hour Division maintains the list below of willful violator employers under the H-1B program.

[SIZE=3][COLOR=#3E3E3E][FONT=Tahoma][FONT=comic sans ms]Within the universe of H-1B users there is a much smaller population whose treatment of their workers, or the immigration law, was so abusive as to secure negative attention from the normally sleepy Labor Department. These employers fall into two categories: the [COLOR=#0000cd]broader debarred list[/COLOR], and the worst of the worst, the [COLOR=#0000cd]"willful violators"[/COLOR] whose names appear in [B]boldface [/B]type on the CIS list.[/FONT][/FONT][/COLOR][/SIZE]

Check Compendium of H-1B Employers Debarred by the U.S. Department of Labor. Willful violators (i.e., worst of the worst) in bold face[/FONT][/SIZE] [COLOR=#3E3E3E][FONT=comic sans ms][SIZE=3][/SIZE][/FONT][/COLOR]

[SIZE=3][FONT=comic sans ms][SIZE=3][FONT=comic sans ms]What is a willful violator employer?
[SIZE=3][COLOR=#3E3E3E][FONT=Tahoma][FONT=comic sans ms]The list covers all known DoL debarment and willful violator rulings; some of the firms listed have since gone out of business; others have changed their names, been absorbed by other firms, or changed their addresses. Some have perhaps changed their labor practices, but there are no data on that. All the listings are frozen in time, carrying the names and the addresses at the time of the DoL rulings.[/FONT][/FONT][/COLOR][/SIZE]
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