Homeland Security Watching Foreign Workers and Their Sponsors


The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (the “USCIS”), as a division of Homeland Security, is paying rapt attention to foreign workers and companies who are sponsoring them due to concerns about fraud, exploitation and illegal entry into the country.

The USCIS has site inspectors who check up on many foreign workers and their sponsoring companies, showing up unannounced to interview them about the sponsored job positions and the companies.

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