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Feb 06, 2019
Nepal makes work permit mandatory for Indians, asks labour authorities to finalise number of Indian workers in countryNepal's labour and occupational safety department on Wednesday ordered all its labour offices throughout the country to finalise the actual number of Indian workers working in different sectors in the country.
Aug 02, 2018
UAE's 90-day amnesty programme gets robust response on first day with debt-laden foreign workers lining upOver 15,000 illegal Indians in the United Arab Emirates will hopefully take advantage of the 90-day amnesty window as of 1 August
Aug 01, 2018
UAE launches three-month visa amnesty programme; scheme aimed at helping illegal foreign workers return homeThe UAE said that labourers from countries like India will benefit from the amnesty scheme, which will facilitate a smooth return to their home countries.
Jul 23, 2018
Infosys says increased rejection of work visa applications may cause delays, raise project costs for clientsInfosys has announced that it is setting up four technology and innovation hubs and hiring about 10,000 locals in the US over a two-year period
Jul 04, 2018
Spouses of H-1B visa holders get breather as Donald Trump administration misses deadline on H-4 notificationThe Donald Trump administration has failed to meet its deadline for the second time this year to issue a notification on its decision to terminate the work authorisation of H-4 visa holders, mostly Indians who are spouses of professionals having H-1B visas
Apr 26, 2018
Pakistan foreign minister Khwaja Asif disqualified as member of Parliament for holding UAE work permitPakistan Foreign Minister Khwaja Asif has been disqualified as member of Parliement for holding an Iqama (work permit) of the United Arab Emirates (UAE)
Apr 24, 2018
US govt could terminate work permits for H-1B visa holders' spouses; move to impact over 63,000 Indian familiesThe US has reportedly issued employment authorisation documents to more than 71,000 spouses of H-1B visa holders, over 90% of whom are Indians.