New Hampshire Businessman Fined $40,000 for Filing False H-1B Visa Applications

Saksena, 42, president and chief executive officer of Saks IT Group LLC, a company based in Manchester, New Hampshire, allegedly filed 45 fraudulent visa applications, claiming that his company was hiring foreign workers to provide professional services to a California-based company.

However, the California company had not entered into a contract with Saks IT Group and had no vacancies for foreign workers. Saksena knew that the foreign workers would not be employed, acting U.S. attorney John J. Farley said Aug. 10. | More…