PERI SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS DEBARRED FROM H-1B, TO PAY $638K IN BACK WAGES

Following a consent order obtained by the U.S. Department of Labor, Peri Software Solutions, Inc., and its owner, Saravanan Periasamy, have agreed to pay $638,449 in back wages and interest to 67 workers for violating the H-1B provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act.
The Newark company sponsored the H-1B non-immigrant workers to work as programmer analysts across the country. Under the order, Peri Software Solutions, Inc., and Periasamy also must pay $126,778 in civil money penalties and interest for failing to provide notice of the filing of labor condition applications at each place where any H-1B worker was to be employed and for filing lawsuits against H-1B workers for early cessation of employment. The company and Periasamy will be debarred from participating in the H-1B program for one year.
These DOL penalties should remind all H-1B petitioners to comply with the regulations…

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