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Australia Post has sacked a millionaire labour hire contract
or who is at the centre of a major federal police fraud probe and who has been accused of exploiting overseas workers. Australia Post link to visa crime racket
"We reported him to Australia Post in 2012 for underpaying his workers but nothing happened. In fact, what seems to happen was he was being preferenced above other contractors."
Contractors raided in Australia post investigation
VISAS have been stripped from several hundreds of foreigners after data-matching exposed stories of finding love with Australians as fairytales.
The Human Services and Immigration Departments are using a new hi-tech system to identify those taking welfare payments as singles, despite sponsoring overseas partners.
As the Herald Sun reported recently, nearly 50,000 people — a quarter of last year’s migrant intake — got visas as brides, grooms, fiances, and gay partners
Justin Sidhu, from Edmonton in western Canada, was convicted yesterday after a two-day trial. Sidhu has been found guilty of drug trafficking after he delivered six grams of methamphetamine, a controlled substance believed to be worth about $6,000, to an inmate at a remand centre.
"He knew about the drugs," she said. "This is not a little lie. I say this was a big lie. You don't say something is privileged if it clearly isn't." Indian origin lawyer guilty of drug trafficking in Canada
Regulatory documents show that in both Britain and Australia, more graduates of Indian medical schools lost their right to practice medicine in the past five years than did doctors from any other foreign country.
Why medical schools are plagued with fraud
Tens of thousands of foreign students have become permanent residents in Australia as a likely result of widespread fraud and corruption within and outside the federal Immigration Department.
Hiral Patel, 32, and Shikha Mohta, 31, employees of SCM Data Inc. and MMC Systems Inc., have been charged with one count of conspiracy to bring in and harbor aliens and to obstruct justice
Have Tata and Infosys also build their businesses on cheap labour that drives its employees to commit fraud to supplement their income?
Hypocrisy and connections help IT outsourcing firms
Unisys and Infosys will take over IT service delivery to various New South Wales government agencies as the state shifts to an as-a-service IT model. The two companies have signed contracts that will see them provide IT services for clients of ServiceFirst, the shared services provider serving various agencies for the Office of Finance and Services. Unisys and Infosys now in Australia
The Indian IT services giant, Infosys, has reached a record settlement with U.S. authorities in a case involving alleged misuse of temporary visas to undercut competitors, accusations which it has denied.
Infosys denies US visa fraud but pays $34m settlement
Jack Palmer, a former Infosys Ltd employee responsible for starting a U.S. investigation into the company's visa practices has filed another lawsuit demanding damages for alleged wrongful termination.
Infosys, India's second-largest IT services exporter, today revealed it had fired Abraham Mathews, chief financial officer of its BPO unit, for failure to comply with the company's code of conduct.
Infosys BPO chief executive officer Gautam Thakkar resigned on "moral grounds" and will leave the company on November 30, Infosys said. It did not give details about the charges against Mathews.
Infosys execs ousted after apple overbilling scandal
Federal agents raid schools in Los Angeles catering to foreign students
A section of international students in Canada have been reportedly denied work permit.
Foreign students distress canada denies work permit over online courses
College entrance exam fraud is widespread as a record number of international students attends American colleges and universities, a federal prosecutor said Wednesday. Chinese heading for Australia
Visa fraud crackdown
Tucked away in the Reserve Bank's submission to a parliamentary inquiry into housing ownership was a bullish forecast of student visa growth. As Exhibit A shows, foreign student numbers are rising sharply and predicted to regain and surpass the record 2009 level of some 120,000 in two years and then keep going. Foreign students set to power housing
Visa Program For Wealthy Investors Marred By Fraud America’s multibillion-dollar immigrant investor program is overseen by an agency that many say is not equipped to smell out financial fraud How a ponzi scheme hoodwinked immigration authorities
Australia's federal police and corporate regulator have uncovered efforts by a suspected Russian hacker to artificially inflate the share price of several unnamed ASX-listed companies. An investigation into the alleged plot by the AFP and ASIC - dubbed Operation Emerald - centred on an overseas account that traded through Morgan Stanley's Australian operation.