Infosys has denied the allegations in a press release.
This case follows on the heels of an indictment of Attorney Marijan Cvjeticanin, who allegedly committed immigratin fraud in the H-1B visa program by falsifying that employment ads were run in Computerworld when it appears that none were actually run. Obviously, it is easy to claim that there are no minimally qualified U.S. candidates for a position, when that position is never advertised.
It is apparent that careful compliance in the H-1B visa program must be a priority. This is especially true in that comprehensive immigration reform would nearly double the number of H-1B visas available annually.