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Computer & IT Workers Displaced by Foreign Outsourcing Companies

06/30/19

Some US companies that contract with foreign outsourcing companies, may violate the immigration laws and the civil rights of computer and IT workers who are US citizens or resident aliens.



According to numerous press reports and Congressional investigations, some US companies that contract with foreign outsourcing companies, most often those from India, such as Cognizant, Infosys or Tata Information Systems to replace American jobs do so in a way that may violate the immigration laws and the civil rights of computer and IT workers who are US citizens or resident aliens.

Moreover, a number of foreing staffing companies, including those from India, that fill computer and IT jobs in the United States reputedly engage in hiring practices that violate the immigration laws as well as the rights of US citizens and resident aliens.

If you are a computer programmer or an IT person and:

  • you recently lost a job to an H-1B visa holder from another country, or
  • your job was eliminated because it was contracted out to an outsourcing company such as Cognizant, Infosys or Tata Information Systems, or
  • were interviewed in the United States by a manager of an US company who was from another country or a headhunter from a foreign staffing company (such as Indian or Chinese) and were not hired for a job for which you believe you were properly qualified, or
  • you applied for a computer or an IT position that you believe you were qualified for and have not been interviewed, or
  • your supervisor or manager at an US company who was from India or another country was giving you tendentious and undeservedly bad job reviews that led to your demotion or a dismissal from a company,
  • you may have been a victim of H-1B visa fraud or green card fraud and your civil rights may have been violated. Your rights may have been violated in other ways.

Contact Robert Wisniewski at (212) 267-2102 to evaluate your potential entitlement to damages or reinstatement.

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