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Old 04-24-2012, 03:50 PM
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Originally Posted by krishmunn View Post
First , I do not understand how Infosys is a "client of your" and doing dev and testing ???? I guess you mean Infosys is a Vendor

Second, if you know of a "fraud" have you filed a complaint with ICE ? Just whining does not get you anything .

Third, have you been vocal about the EB2 frauds ? You will find tonns in this and other forums where people are working in EVV....VC models as a junior developer and what not and still getting GC through EB2 . I always wonder how come such bright and brilliant people work with so many V's in between !

Fourth, you earlier mentioned "We give them the scripts " . I am yet to understand who the "We" are . If those "We" are so good that they can cover every possible scenario and deliver perfect code , why they need some Inforsys testers (that too onsite!) to execute the tests. If you donot want to ship the work overseas, hire some interns and you will still save a lot of money. 5 Testers sitting onsite just executing prepared scripts does not make any sense whatsoever.
you're right - vendor, our company is the client.

When I talk about 5 ppl, it's over the last couple of years - right now we have one onsite who just took away 4 GC's for his family.

Regading how we work is not your concern, so you really can't tell us how we should staff our projects and whether we should have testers or not or whether we should hire interns to save money. There are a few ppl from Infosys onsite and the deve team is in India.

The issue is fraud by Infosys and you keep talking about the work of a developer vs tester vs other stuff. I love testers ok I hope they get their own category one day - maybe EB1-T. You keep digressing from the point of misrepresentation by Infosys and harp on my (never implied) hatred for testers.

And Yes, I have worked on projects that have 10 testers at once..don't discuss staffing, discuss the fradulent activities. Infosys files the application in a way that appears as if a "Senior Global Program Manager" is filing but infact he is a tester, who no way qualifies for EB1-C.

USCIS has lately tightened the noose around EB2 fraud and many apps are getting affected, I gope they do the same for EB1-C.
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