Make Staffing with your neighbors in Mexico, that’s something that IBM has been doing for 90 years according to the following Financial Times article check this out:
MAY 3, 2017
Donald Trump’s pledge to clamp down on immigration has soured relations between Mexico and the US as the new president looks to build a border wall between the two countries.
Tech Mahindra, one of India’s largest IT service companies, says it will double its operations in Mexico in the next year to 18 months if the US makes it more difficult for Indians to get skilled H-1B visas.
Arvind Malhotra, global head of strategic accounts and South America, said: “We’ve been having several conversations that we want to ramp up the operations in [Latin] America — especially English-speaking operations — because of the current administration.”
It is considering nearly doubling the size of its 110-strong office in Mexico, from which it could send people quickly and cheaply across the border into the US to provide services that are currently done by its large US-based staff. Tech Mahindra last year filed 8,615 applications for H-1B visas according to My Visa Jobs, an immigration consultancy.
Mr Trump has targeted the H-1B visa, used heavily by technology outsourcing companies to bring engineers to the US, as part of his “Hire American” agenda. Between 2010 and 2014, the four employers who brought in the most workers on H-1Bs were outsourcers, with Infosys at number one bringing in more than 30,000, according to Ronil Hira, associate professor of public policy at Howard University.