Wright State agrees to pay federal government $1 million for visa fraud
DAYTON, Ohio Wright State University's Board of Trustees will have to pay the federal government $1 million for visa fraud offenses on behalf of the university. Between 2010 and 2013, Wright State reportedly entered into sponsored research contracts with a privately held, Dayton-based software company called Webyoga, Inc. Per the contracts, Wright State was supposed to employ software engineers, obtain H-1B visas for the employees, and pay their respective salary and benefits as employees of the university.
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