“Infosys avoids paying the United States the substantially higher application fee for H-1B visas, and avoids paying Social Security, Medicare and other fees and taxes to the United States,” his amended complaint said. “Apple willingly participated in lnfosys’ scheme by contracting with Infosys for workers on B-1 visas instead of hiring United States citizens and/or green card holders as full-time employees at market rate compensation. Apple did so as a cost-savings measure.” Apple also falsely told federal authorities that it would not be paying Infosys in connection with the two men’s activities in the U.S., the amended lawsuit claimed.

U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh dismissed the case last month but allowed Krawitt to submit more evidence in an amended complaint. Krawitt filed the new complaint Nov. 15.