L 1 VISA
US Homeland may tweak H-1B & L-1
The changes may see the introduction of additional requirements to ensure employers pay appropriate wages to H-1B visa holders.
98% of H-1B visa rejections unchallenged
In 98.4% of the cases where the H-1B visa was denied, the employer chose not to file an appeal, said...
Decline in US visa approvals continues
The number of approved L-1A and L-1B visas stood at 71.9% in FY19, compared to 77.8% in FY18.
US tech companies play green card to hold on to talent
Eight out of the top 10 companies that applied for green cards for their employees in fiscal 2019 were US firms.
Green card or US citizenship applicants may have to provide social media identity
Applicants will have to give their user name against social media platforms used in the last five years.
H-1B Visa denials at all-time high
About half of top IT companies' work visa applications rejected in the past year by the United States.
Infosys cutting costs to contain drop in margin
Infosys is taking a number of measures to contain the fall, salary hikes to senior employees postponed.
How the American dream is souring for many Indian IT workers
Rejection rates for H-1B visa applicants are soaring and wait period for Green Cards are touching historic levels.
Infra, power segments depress L&T earnings: Key takeaways from Q1
Analysts in an ETNOW poll had estimated Rs 1,563 crore profit for the quarter.
Mid-tier IT caught between shrinking deals and rising costs
The slowdown in spending on banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) has emerged as a key concern.
Not received any communication on H-1B visa cap from US: Commerce ministry
Irked by such requirements, the US is considering restrictions on H-1B visa that allow foreign professionals to work in that country, a report said.
Accumulate L&T Technology Services, target Rs 1,693: Prabhudas Lilladher
"LTTS’ Q1 revenue was below our estimates at $194 million, 1.3 per cent quarter-on-quarter (QoQ) CC," said the brokerage.
Wealthy Indians may find it difficult to get US visa
The US issues about 10,000 EB-5 visas every year, with a country cap of 7.1% or 700 visas.
US lawmakers introduce legislation to protect H-4 visa workers
H-4 visa holders had obtained work permits under a special order issued by the previous Obama administration. Indian-Americans were a major beneficiary of this provision.
Mindtree shares rise ahead of Q1 results; here’s what to expect
“Delay in deal closure owing to L&T's hostile bid impacted growth,” said Centrum.
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