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Avoid Disqualified and Willful Violator Employer

By Bill at July 19, 2011 05:41
Filed Under: Tips and Features

Not all H1B jobs are created equal. Avoid job offers from blacklisted employers. 

US Department of Labor maintains two lists of disqualified and willful violator employers:

  1. Debarred/Disqualified Employers: individuals or corporations who have been disqualified from approval of petitions to participate in the nonimmigrant program.
  2. Willful Violator Employers: employers subject to random investigations by the Department of Labor for a period of up to five years.

No matter how desperate you are, you should think twice before accepting job offer from willful violator employers. Though they still could file labor condition applications(LCA) for you, they must comply with additional attestations and are subject to random investigations. 

Many of those blacklisted employers had had all their LCAs certified before DOL determined their violations. So they do not have any denied or withdrawn LCA in our database! 

It is very important that you review both lists together with our visa reports and visa sponsor profiles. For your convenience, we have recompiled the two lists, and link those employers to all the H1B Visa and green card petitions they filed. 

Check the blacklisted H1B Visa employers now, before the immigration agents give you a surprise. USCIS had planned to conduct 25,000 worksite visits in fiscal year 2010!


7/20/2011 8:52:23 PM #


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