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IT cos. under visa default scanner

After settlement of the Infosys visa misuse allegations, the US government has shifted focus to other IT companies in India, according to the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. Karl Rusnock, a spokesman for the agency’s division in Plano, Texas said, ”There are offshoot investigations underway to look for similar misdeeds at some other companies.” Last week, Infosys agreed to pay $34 million ( Rs 210 crore) to settle all federal investigations.

After settlement of the Infosys visa misuse allegations, the US government has shifted focus to other IT companies in India, according to the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. Karl Rusnock, a spokesman for the agency’s division in Plano, Texas said, ”There are offshoot investigations underway to look for similar misdeeds at some other companies.” Last week, Infosys agreed to pay $34 million ( Rs 210 crore) to settle all federal investigations.

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