15 disqualified H-1B employers of 2009

2009 was one of the most controversial years for H-1B visas. Among all the brouhaha, many companies were also disqualified from applying for H-1B visas. A company faces debarment over what is seen as an H-1B abuse under US laws. The penalty of debarment means that a company is disqualified from obtaining approvals of employment-based, permanent and temporary petitions. This disqualification includes all H-1B, L-1, O-1, and P non-immigrant petitions, as well as all I-140 immigrant petitions, as part of the permanent residence process.

Here’s over to the top 15 companies disqualified starting November 30 2009.

1. 4MY2C, Inc
2. AGA John, Inc
3. Amtech Electrocircuits
4. API Accounting & Computer Consulting
5. Assured Horizons, LLC
6. Bradley Consulting Services, Inc
7. Calpension, Inc
8. Cambridge Resource Group, Inc
9. Complete Systems Solutions, Inc
10. Julian and Associates
11. LNBJ Construction Company, Inc
12. Magnolia Pool Supply, Inc
13. Morex Enterprises Inc
14. Netultimate.Com, Inc
15. New Hope Solutions, Inc

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