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Aug 12, 2017
RAISE Act shows Donald Trump’s politics is not about practicality, it’s about how white men ‘feel’Like his real estate projects, Donald Trump’s politics follows from the license fee model that underpins his properties across the world: Take my name, pay me lots of money, enrich yourself, I’m not going to wear a hard hat and stand on the construction site. Gold plating is mandatory.
Apr 17, 2017
Infosys to focus on increasing local hiring in US amid visa-related concernsWith the US mulling over various measures to make visa norms stricter under the Donald Trump administration, Indian IT firms have been contemplating tweaking their business models and accommodating more locals.
Jul 22, 2016
Donald Trump's speech versus facts: Here are his claims debunkedDespite promising "the truth, and nothing else" in his convention speech, Donald Trump presented the nation with a series of previously-debunked claims and some new ones on Thursday night — about the US tax burden, the perils facing police, Hillary Clinton's record and more.
May 20, 2016
14 people of Indian descent charged with visa fraud in USOut of the 19 charged with US visa frauds, 14 are Indians of which seven are charged with sham marriages for green card.
Jan 08, 2014
New prospects in 2014 for an immigration overhaul in USAAfter last year's confrontations and missteps, President Barack Obama begins 2014 clinging to the hope of winning a lasting legislative achievement: an overhaul of U.S. immigration laws.
Sep 30, 2013
US Republicans working behind the scenes to advance immigration reformA few Republicans are working behind the scenes to advance it at a time the Capitol is immersed in a partisan brawl over government spending and President Barack Obama's health care law
Apr 23, 2013
US immigration bill could slow down Indian outsourcers in tech industryAn overhaul of US immigration law will close loopholes that allow outsourcing companies to pay guest workers in the US at rates below wages for equivalently-skilled Americans.