Readers interested in H-1B worker issues may already know of many websites with information about H-1B employers and H-1B filings. But in case you haven't heard, below are some websites with H-1B-related information that may be of interest.
(Please note these websites are potential resources for information of interest, but this blog's authors are not affiliated with the referenced websites, nor can we vouch for the validity of particular information they post).
- FLCDataCenter.com: This site includes fiscal year statistics, from 2001 to 2010, concerning Labor Condition Applications (LCAs) used by employers in support of petitions for H-1B visas.
- DOL's Case-List Regarding LCA Issues: This site, of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), lists links to legal decisions relating to LCA and H-1B worker issues.
- Desicrunch.com: This site includes comments by H-1B workers about sponsor employers. These comments, which range from very good to very bad, should not be accepted as true at face value, as is the case with any message-board- type website.
via wisbar.org I found this evolution of facts concerning Mr. Krogh- and, at the Bar seminar, his humbled and detailed discussion of his mistakes, and namely his admitting responsibility for them- very impressive. Here's a link to a WI Bar video interview of Mr. Krogh: