An Indian staffing firm and its U.S. subsidiary forced an Indian information-technology worker in San Jose to pay his own salary, and threatened him with revocation of his H-1B visa and deportation if he did not comply, a new lawsuit alleged.

Indian firm Kellton Tech Solutions and its U.S. staffing subsidiary Prosoft Technology Group broke federal human-trafficking law in their treatment of Fazlur Mahammad, the suit alleged. Neither company responded to a request for comment.


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