If you are an H-1B employee, and your employer is terminating your job and has offered you a severance agreement, you should consider the following things. (Please note this post does not provide legal advice- if you want legal advice, you should contact an attorney and discuss your specific severance agreement and circumstances).
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Does your H-1B employer: Rip you off (e.g. make you pay H-1B filing fees, underpay your wages, etc.)? Subject you to abuse (e.g. threaten you with job termination or deportation)? Want you to do things that you think are unethical? If you answered ‘yes’ to one or more of these questions, then you may well [...]
If you are an employee with concerns about your H-1B employer, or you think you may pursue a legal action someday, please know that the documentation you keep is critical. For example, you should make sure you save all important documents, such as your Labor Certification Application (LCA) and other H-1B documents, as well as [...]
H-1B employees and everyone else should check out this outstanding post by Professional Life Coach Tim Brownson: “5 Questions That Will Change Your Life.” Mr. Brownson arms readers with 5 questions that you should ask when facing any important life decision- I should note, these questions directly apply to any H-1B employment dispute or litigation [...]
You know your employer is violating the law. Perhaps, he has benched you with no pay; is paying you less than the required wage; has you sending out resumes instead of writing a computer program. So why do H-1B employees put up with this situation? One of the main reasons an H-1B employee tolerates exploitation [...]
If your H-1B employer (or former H-1B employer) underpaid your wages, you may be interested in complaining to the employer or pursuing legal action, but worried about what may happen to you. You may be worried that, if you complain about unpaid wages, you may lose your H-1B status, and be subject to deportation. These [...]
Fear is the biggest factor that holds many H-1B workers back from approaching their employer (or former employer), and asking for their underpaid wages, or from taking legal action. H-1B workers do in fact have several options and legal rights. Some of those rights are very powerful. However, those rights will not do you any [...]
If you were underpaid as an H-1B, and are now outside the U.S., below are some frequently asked questions and answers.
If you are an H-1B professional worker who is being underpaid wages, please know that you have legal rights. The information below describes your rights as an H-1B professional, and factors and options you should consider before taking legal action or pursuing your wages. (Please note this post does not provide legal advice- if you want [...]
Подсказка работникy: если Вы H-1B профессионал, которому недоплачивают заработную плату, подумайте над следующими вещами: Если Вы профессионал, приехавший по визе H-1B, которому в настоящее время недоплачивают зарплату, знайте, что вы имеете юридические права. Приведенная ниже информация описывает Ваши права, нормы и опции, как H-1B профессионала, которые вы должны рассмотреть до принятия каких либо юридических действий. [...]