174 Indian nationals file lawsuit against Trump's suspension of H-1B visas, claim it 'hurts US economy, separates families'
In his presidential proclamation on 22 June, Donald Trump temporarily suspended the issuing of H-1B work visas till the end of the year
Plan to revoke H-4 visas, granted to spouses of H-1B holders, yet to take final shape; rule-making process not complete yet
The decision of the US administration under Donald Trump to rescind work authorisation for H-4 visa holders is not final yet.
H-4 visas are issued to the spouses of H-1B visa holders, a significantly large number of whom are high-skilled professionals from India.
Decision to revoke work permits to H-4 visa holders likely within 3 months, Trump administration tells court
The Donald Trump administration Saturday told a federal court that its decision to revoke work permits to H-4 visa holders, who are primarily spouses of H-1B workers, a significant majority of whom are Indian-Americans and women, is expected within the next three months
Despatches from an H1B wasteland amid India-US 2+2 talks: How a non-immigrant work permit has occupied frontlines of US politics
Behind the present day backlash on H-1B visas are cold, hard numbers that say the H-1B cost advantage has vanished, especially if you add the cost of nuisance value which comes bundled with the H-1B process
H1-B visa rule restrictions to put cost pressures on Indian IT companies, impact margins, says report
Awarding of H-1B visas based on highest skill or compensation, will leave less headroom for Indian companies to get such visas.
US lawmakers, IT industry, Facebook oppose Trump administration's ban on H-4 visas for spouses of H-1B visa holders
Roughly 80 percent of H-4 visa holders are women, and many had successful jobs and held advanced degrees in their native countries before coming to the US with their H-1B spouses
The Trump administration is planning to end allowing spouses of H1-B visa holders to work legally in the United States (US), a top federal agency official has told lawmakers, a move that could have a devastating impact on tens of thousands of Indians.