IT offshore outsourcing giant Infosys -- a firm in the Trump administration's H-1B reform bullseye -- said Tuesday it plans to hire 10,000 "American workers" over the next two years.

The India-based Infosys will hire those employees in four separate locations in the U.S., first in Indiana, which offered the company more than $30 million in tax credits. The other locations weren't announced.

President Donald Trump wants to make it difficult for companies such as Infosys to get H-1B visas. Infosys has consistently been among the top three largest visa users.

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