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If elected, will revoke H1-B visa suspension: Joe Biden
On June 23, in a huge blow to Indian IT professionals eyeing the US job market, the Trump administration suspended the H-1B visas along with other types of foreign work visas until the end of 2020 to protect American workers in a crucial election year.
Donald Trump's restrictive policy on immigration will be detrimental to US economy: USIBC
"It (the proclamation) is unfortunate," Nisha Desai...
Corporates, lawmakers, rights bodies slam Trump admin's move to suspend H-1B, other work visas
President Donald Trump on Monday issued the pr...
Donald Trump considering suspending H1B, other visas: Report
Such a decision is likely to have an adverse impact on thousands of Indian IT professionals. .
Conveyed expectation for non-discriminatory H-1B visa programme to US: MEA
Indian skilled professionals have contributed to the growth and development of the US economy and have helped the country retain its competitive edge and innovation advantage.
Indian working professionals hungry to learn more, increase time on online learning to upskill
Top 3 areas of interest were industry knowledge, career advancement and communication.
Being job-ready for the post-Covid world: Indian professionals brush up on soft skills to gain an edge
Most professionals are focusing on sharpening their soft skills.
UK is shifting to a points-based immigration system and it is good for Indians
The new immigration regime would help STEM students & professionals get permanent residence faster.
More than 227K Indians waiting for family-sponsored Green Card
Currently, there are about four million people waiting in line for family-sponsored Green Cards against a Congressional cap of 226,000 per annum. The largest number of 1.5 million wait list is from America's southern neighbour Mexico, followed by a distant India with 227,000 and China with nearly 180,000.
H-1B should attract best talent: Homeland Security
The H-1B visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows US companies to employ foreign workers in speciality occupations that require theoretical or technical expertise.
Bill proposing liberalised green card regime fails US Senate test
If the vote on unanimous consent had gone through, the Senate could have bypassed committees, amendments, and resulting public debates and passed the Bill.
UK opens up thousands of visa slots to IT professionals, engineers, teachers
The UK government has tabled changes to its immigration policy, which is also likely to ease the visa regime for businesses who want to hire foreign talent.
Singapore blocks visas for Indian IT professionals
With Indian companies being advised to hire local talent, they are looking at relocating some of their operations to other countries in the region.
72% of H-1B visas for Indians
The US government has adopted certain administrative measures with respect to the H-1B visa programme.
H-1B visa fee used to fund apprentice programme: US commerce secretary
Wilbur Ross said the additional public funding could help establish new apprenticeship programmes in the travel and tourism industry.