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India's HCL draws complaints over H-1B worker pay

U.S. think tank says IT giant flouted visa rules, underpaying staff by $95m

Indian IT service company HCL earns more than half its revenue from the U.S. (Photo by Ken Kobayashi) 

BENGALURU -- An American think tank says that HCL Technologies, one of India's top information technology companies, with more than $10 billion in annual revenue, has flouted U.S. H-1B visa rules as "core part of the firm's competitive strategy."

H-1B visas allow employers in the U.S. to temporarily hire foreign workers with certain skills.

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