Employees smile as they react to their colleague during a class at the training center of Infosys Technologies sprawling corporate campus in Mysore, India, Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2007. In the United States and Europe, India may appear to have a bottomless supply of cheap, educated workers just looking for ways to soak up more outsourced Western jobs. But things look far different in India, where industry is spending hundreds of millions of dollars in a frantic attempt to make sure its profit-making high-tech machine fueled by its immense English-speaking talent pool keeps producing. (AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi)

Indian Hustle: How Fraudsters Prey On Would-Be US Tech Workers

Hundreds of small companies in India and the US claim to be able to arrange an H-1B visa — for the right price.