CNBC TV18 claims H1B will enter US illegally after Mexico deportation

CNBC TV 18 claims software companies exploring ways to smuggle H1B legal workers to US.

Written by Anil Gupta
  By Anil Gupta          Updated  19 Oct, 19

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Indian media has gone too far to relate the recent Mexico deportation of undocumented Indians to H1B!

CNBC TV 18 has claimed that Indian techies are exploring ways to enter US illegally.

The author of the article clearly has zero knowledge of how H1B visa works and how the techies are hired legally in US. The article is a complete nonsense and tries to correlate H1B with illegal migration.

This is a FAKE news and it is clear by the article content that nobody in CNBC checked even once or any editor read before it was published.

To add to the problem, the article is shown on Google discover news as well. Looks like Google also believes these news articles blindly.

This kind of irresponsible reporting by Indian main stream media gives a really bad picture of skilled legal Immigration from India.

The author does not understand how legal H1B visa works and how the companies hire skilled worker and then pay them legally.

CNBC author has the thoughts that illegal people entering US from Mexico border can be hired for high tech jobs by companies and they can work legally. How naive and foolish is this!

Do not believe this fake news by CNBC TV18.


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