In a big jolt to Indian IT workers, Donald Trump signs order against hiring H-1B visa holders for federal contracts
The H-1B visa, most sought-after among Indian IT professionals, is a non-immigrant visa that allows US companies to employ foreign workers in specialty occupations
US immigration department says it may not grant visas to new students if colleges conduct courses online
The policy to deport already enrolled foreign students if they took classes online was rescinded after being challenged by eight federal lawsuits
High skilled immigrants body urges US President Donald Trump to address long sufferings of H-1B visa holders
A nonprofit body, representing high skilled immigrants from India, has urged President Donald Trump to address their long sufferings of H-1B visa holders by accelerating the pace of Green Card or legal permanent residency and remove bureaucratic, legal hurdles from the most-sought after work visa
Indian IT industry important stakeholder in strengthening India-US ties: Indian envoy Harsh Vardhan Shringla
The Indian IT industry is an important stakeholder in promoting business relations between India and the US as it contributes to the competitiveness of global operations of American companies and creates thousands of jobs in the US, Indian envoy Harsh Vardhan Shringla has said
G20 Osaka Summit: Indian tariffs unacceptable, tweets Donald Trump ahead of bilateral meet with Narendra Modi
Trump known for his whimsical outbursts on Twitter, just now took to the microblogging site to stress that India was wrong in mounting retaliatory tariffs on US imports after the latter dropped India from a list of 'preferred trade partners'
Donald Trump to propose merit-based immigration system, may make it 2020 election issue in case of opposition from Democrats
Trump is all set to announce a new proposal to overhaul the country's immigration policy that would give preference to foreigners based on merit rather than the existing system that gives preference to family ties
A US district court in California has reportedly dismissed lawsuit filed against Apple and Infosys alleging visa fraud by both the companies
US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) which manages the programme said the proposed regulation was not final until the review and comment process was complete.
Canada, Britain gain popularity among international job-seekers; US sees decline due to immigration policies
The open immigration policy in Canada has become the alternative for Indians, as well as job-seekers from Latin countries too
Nasscom raises concerns over Donald Trump govt's latest proposal on H1-B visas, says it could put US jobs at risk
Nasscom said it will carefully review the 139-page proposal and evaluate its implications for US companies and the economy, and then submit comments
US makes it tougher for companies to sponsor foreign workers under H-1B; employers must disclose foreigners already employed
The H-1B visa, popular among Indian IT professionals, is a non-immigrant visa that allows US companies to employ foreign workers in speciality occupations that require theoretical or technical expertise.
Due to a shortage of green cards and working visas for workers, many employees find themselves stuck in an immigration process lasting more than a decade, they said.
A group of 15 influential lawmakers from California has urged the Trump administration to reconsider its move to revoke an Obama-era rule that gives work permits to spouses of certain categories of H-1B visas, the most sought-after among Indian IT professionals.
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.
Multiple H-1B applications will lead to rejection; to intensify scrutiny of non-immigrant visas, warns USCIS
The H-1B programme offers temporary US visas that allow companies to hire highly skilled foreign professionals working in areas with shortages of qualified American workers.
The hiring of 500 Americans in Rhode Island is part of Infosys' announcement in May to recruit 10,000 Americans by setting up four such hubs across the US.
India on Tuesday reiterated its concern to the US over the latest bid to introduce stricter norms for issuance of H1-B visas.
With his permanent residency coming in the way of his newly wed wife joining him in the US, Satya Nadella surrendered his Green Card and applied for a H1-B visa, a move which gave him instant notoriety around the Microsoft Campus in Redmond, the Indian-born CEO has revealed.
it would address to a large extent the problem of replacement of American workers by foreign workers coming to the US on H-1B visas.
As Donald Trump administration gets ready to welcome India prime minister Narendra Modi for the White House dinner, here is what others expect from the meeting