Feds Investigating Worker Visas At Wright State
Three Wright State University administrators, including the school's provost, have been removed from their jobs amid a federal investigation. School officials say the disciplinary actions were taken as the feds investigate potential violations of a work visa program. No charges have been filed. Investigators say not every employee sponsored by Wright State under H-1B work visas between two and five years ago actually worked for the school in Dayton. H-1B visas are for foreign workers in specialty occupations.