3V Fights To Obtain Visa For Software Developer

March 2, 2020
3V Sigma USA Inc. files lawsuit over Ukrainian software developer who the company says was wrongfully denied a visa.

Specialty chemicals company 3V Sigma files a lawsuit in federal court over a Ukrainian software developer who the company says was wrongfully denied a visa, according to an article from WTOP News. Mykhailo Soltys has been working on the company’s enterprise resource planning system for several years and reportedly has specialized knowledge the company considers crucial to their business.

According to the article, Soltys, a Ukrainian citizen, was denied a visa to spend three years implementing the system at the company’s plant in Georgetown, South Carolina. Defendants in the case reportedly include U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

Read the entire article here.

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