H1-B

Expect green card, H1-B visa squeeze to ease under Biden-Kamala rule

In the four years of the Trump administration, it has not been smooth sailing for Indians for whom the US is a land of opportunities and a stepping stone for economic prosperity.

published on : 9th November 2020

Indian companies dramatically reduced H-1B visa filing: US daily

San Francisco Chronicle's editorial board has said applicants for the H-1B visa programme are anticipating the hardest process in many years.

published on : 3rd April 2018

H-1B visa application process to begin from Monday; to face unprecedented scrutiny

Chatter at various social media platforms and groups indicate that immigration attorneys this time expect a much high rate of rejection.

published on : 1st April 2018

Trump administration's new policy makes H1-B visa approval tough; Indian firms to be impacted

The Trump administration has announced a new policy that makes very tough the procedure of issuing H-1B visas to those to be employed at one or more third-party worksites.

published on : 23rd February 2018

US H1-B visa assurance should end speculations: Indo-American Chamber of Commerce chief

Reportedly, US officials have clarified that they are not contemplating any regulatory changes that would compel the H1-B visa holders to leave the United States after six-year limit.

published on : 12th January 2018

Relief for Indian techies, US says no change in H-1B extension policy

In December, a US-based news agency had reported that the Department of Homeland Security is considering new regulations that would prevent the H1-B visa extensions.

published on : 9th January 2018

Ending extension of H-1B visas 'bad policy': US industry body

"This policy would harm American business, our economy, and the country. Further, it is inconsistent with the goals of a more merit-based immigration system," US Chamber of Commerce said.

published on : 6th January 2018

US-India ties: Narendra Modi-Donald Trump chemistry apart, Washington bets big on New Delhi

Despite a change of guard in Washington, the India-US global strategic partnership remained strong as ever.

published on : 25th December 2017

Infosys to hire 10,000 American workers by 2019

Infosys and some other Indian IT firms have become political targets in the United States for allegedly displacing jobs of American workers.

published on : 2nd May 2017

Donald Trump signs 'Buy American, Hire American' executive order, targets H1-B visa program

In his new directive, Trump is targeting the H-1B visa program, which the White House says undercuts U.S. workers by bringing in large numbers of cheaper, foreign workers and driving down wage

published on : 19th April 2017

H1-B system needs 'common sense' reforms: Indian-American Congressman

Ro Khanna represents the Silicon Valley where a large number of Indians and other immigrants work.

published on : 30th March 2017