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AmericanIT Off Shoring:
BusinessWeek: A Mainframe-Size Visa Loophole
 
Posted 16 years ago on 3/31/2003 and updated 4/7/2019
Take Away: More companies are using L-1 visas to bring in low-wage foreign info-tech workers -- and replace Americans
 A blog topic from KBerry's Blog

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More companies are using L-1 visas to bring in low-wage foreign info-tech workers -- and replace Americans

http://www.businessweek.com/careers/content/mar2003/ca2003036_6655.htm

Senior systems analyst Patricia Fluno was shocked when she found out last summer that she and 11 colleagues in the Lake Mary (Fla.) offices of Siemens (SI ) were being replaced by techies brought in by Tata Consultancy Services, India's largest information-technology (IT) consulting firm. Fluno, 53, couldn't understand how Tata and Siemens could bring Indian workers into the U.S.


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Blog Contributed By Kim Berry:

Kim Berry is an experienced coder currently specializing in VS.Net C# coding of WinForm and WebForm applications. Kim currently works part time for Prestwood IT Solutions and participates in this online community when time allows. Kim worked fulltime at Prestwood Software for four years and is still available for part time evenings and weekends work. He was one of the main Prestwood developers developing ASPSuite and has coded in many languages including C, Visual Basic, Delphi, and Visual Studio.Net.

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