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Houston, TX (Law Firm Newswire) September 11, 2013 – An IT professional in the U.S. recently filed a lawsuit in Wisconsin against Indian outsourcing company Infosys Ltd., alleging they discriminate in hiring based on race. Infosys, as well as a number of other India-based IT outsourcing companies, has been criticized recently for not creating more jobs for U.S. citizens, in response to the push for an increase of the cap of the number of available H-1B visas. Congress is pushing for more IT companies in India to hire more U.S. citizens as employees, which would reduce the number of H-1B […]


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Houston, TX (Law Firm Newswire) August 21, 2013 – According to a recent report by J. P. Morgan, the U.S. immigration bill, as it currently stands, is worrying Indian companies. The bill is slated to adversely affect the economy there. The report estimated that the “outplacement clause” in the bill will affect lower-level employees in India, as well. “The immigration bill favors U.S.-based IT firms,” says Houston immigration attorney Annie Banerjee. “A significant number of IT firms in the U.S. use employees from India, which does not affect the U.S. unemployment rates. According to estimates by The Department of Labor, […]


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Miami, FL (Law Firm Newswire) April 19, 2013 – High skilled immigration shortages are a real issue for information technology companies. “Field workers are not the only issue facing America when it comes to the current immigration system, the one that has been broken for so long no one remembers what ‘normal’ is any longer. The basic issue with the information technology (IT) sector is a skill gap. They need more qualified people and thanks to immigration laws, can’t get enough of them,” outlined Larry S. Rifkin, a Miami immigration lawyer and managing partner at Rifkin & Fox-Isicoff, with law […]


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