TOOL Assessing H-1B Fraud
• The business that had filed the petition did not exist.
• The workers’ educational degrees or experience letters submitted were confirmed to be fraudulent.
• Signatures had been forged on supporting documentation.
• The worker was performing duties that were significantly different from those described in the H-1B petition or labor condition application.
“In one instance,” the report says, “the position described on the petition and the [labor condition application] was that of a business development analyst. However when USCIS conducted its review, the petitioner stated the H-1B beneficiary would be working in a Laundromat doing laundry and maintaining washing machines.”