H1-B Tech Workers
We are investigating claims on behalf of non-United States citizens working in technology or information technology jobs in the United States and whose employers have violated or breached employment agreements, committed visa fraud, and violated the United States’ labor laws. Some alleged violations of the United States labor and immigration laws include:
- Charging assessments and certain fees for visa applications, recruitment, and other charges never disclosed or in breach of the employment agreement.
- Failure to provide overtime compensation, meal breaks, or rest breaks in accordance with state and federal law.
- Improper deductions of pay.
- Failure to pay the amount promised in employment contracts, or H1-B or L-1 visa applications.
- Failure to pay the amount listed in the H-1B or L-1 visa.
- Bringing workers to the U.S. on temporary H-1B visas and failing to pay them salaries U.S. workers earn in the same positions.
If you are a H-1B worker and believe your rights may have been violated, please contact Werman Salas P.C.