Without a doubt, fraud in the H-1B visa process is an issue that demands serious attention. Nevertheless, it’s crucial to recognize that this crackdown will likely unintentionally affect many innocent workers caught up in the process. It is unfair that innocent workers should bear the severe consequences of employer misconduct. Thankfully, some of these workers unjustly affected by visa revocations or denials can rectify their situation through federal litigation. It is important to remember that these situations can sometimes be fixed and are not hopeless. Even consular denials can be turned around through litigation — we’ve done it.
According to USCIS:
“Based on evidence from the FY 2023 and FY 2024 H-1B cap seasons, USCIS has already undertaken extensive fraud investigations, denied and revoked petitions accordingly, and is in the process of initiating law enforcement referrals for criminal prosecution.”