What complete and utter shite are you spewing?
Actual experience of my wife with H1-B employees (including the "chagrined when discovering the forged credentials" case).
When getting your H1-B you need to provide documentation from your university as proof of your degree. The university must be on a list recognized by the US government. They validate the information with the university rather than just rubberstamping it.
Any of the following would explain that:
- The agency faked the references, too.
- The government didn't do the validation you claim it does in every case.
- The government doesn't do the validation you claim and you're talking through your hat.
Please put your flamage aside for the moment and give us a reference to documentation showing that the government officials actually check credentials, rather than doing spot-checks or taking the applicant's word for them (or bribes).