Foreign IT Companies Under Tax Scrutiny After Infosys

, New York Law Journal


Jaipat Singh Jain, a partner at Lazare Potter & Giacovas, writes that the Infosys settlement, which involved allegations that the company disguised hundreds of its foreign employees as business visitors and caused those employees to perform skilled work in the United States in lieu of U.S. citizens and legitimate work visa holders, indicates that corporations sending foreign professionals to perform services in the United States should expect to face greater immigration and tax scrutiny going forward.

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Originally appeared in print as Foreign IT Companies Under Tax Scrutiny After Infosys Settlement

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