The International Labor Recruitment Transparency Project

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Case Studies

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Recruiters

Name Agency Location Industry Visa(s) Reported Practices Recruitment Services Recruitment fee Workers per year
Albert Rivera Good Labor, Inc. Haleyville, Alabama Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown 0
Alcala Law Firm, PC Salt Lake City, Utah Agriculture; Construction; General labor; Housekeeping; Landscaping; Meat/Poultry; Nurseries; Restaurant; Other H-2B H-2 certification misrepresentation; Misrepresentation of terms of employment Consular appointment; Labor Certification filing; US worker recruitment requirements $200-$399 1,000-2,999
Alcotramex Monterrey, Nuevo Leon Unknown Unknown Recruitment fee; Recruitment fraud Employment offer $400 or more 1,000-2,999
Alejandro Torres Agencia Monarca / Monarch Butterfly Monterrey, Nuevo Leon Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown 0
Alfonso Hernandez Deras Del-Al Associates, Inc. Durango, Durango Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown 0
Alfredo Alcala Alcala Law Firm, PC Salt Lake City, Utah Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown 0
Allott Immigration Law Firm Centennial, Colorado Agriculture H-2A Unknown Labor Certification filing Unknown
Alpha Consolidated Contracting Services, LLC Maplewood, Minnesota Agriculture H-2A; H-2B Unknown Labor Certification filing Unknown Unknown
American Chamber of Commerce of Mexico Mexico, Distrito Federal Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
American Jobs S.A. de C.V. Queretaro, Queretaro Unknown H-2A; H-2B; Fraudulent document Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown