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H-1B Visa Application - Submission of False Experience Documents

Hi William:

A company filed H-1B application for me through an agency, which submitted false experience of myself to USCIS. What are any possible consequences for their actions?


In many cases where false experience letters or documents are submitted to USCIS, prior work experience may not even be required in order to be eligible for the H-1B petition approval or visa issuance. Often H-1B qualification is simply based upon possessing the appropriate educational degree. By submitting the false documents, an applicant may be ineligible for H-1B visa.

It must be understood that the petitioner is ultimately responsible for the behavior and the information signed under penalty of perjury on the H-1B visa application form. Also, each individual is responsible for the documents presented and the form signed in his/her case. USCIS has means to verify such documents and may verify the legitimacy of suspicious documentation.

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