New Delhi: Former Infosys director and industry veteran T V Mohandas Pai said the recent move by the Donald Trump administration to tighten H-1B visa
approval is unlikely to have any significant impact on Indian IT firms compliant with laws, but could "hurt" bodyshops that misuse the system.
USA], Feb 24 (ANI): The Donald Trump administration on Friday announced a new measure, making the approval of H-1B visa
more tougher, in a move that is likely to hit various Indian firms in the United States.
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The H-1B visa
program generally allows a foreign employee to work for a specific sponsoring American employer.
Big banks, which had been so far seeking to hire foreign workers under the H-1B visa
programme, are now reconsidering their costs as the Trump administration has made it harder for firms to obtain these permits.
The Trump administrationon Mondayannounced no regulatory change would come into effect that would force H-1B visa
holders waiting for their Green Cards to leave theUnited States.
The Trump administration's plan to consider big changes in the H-1B visa
program potentially affecting hundreds of thousands of foreign workers a as reported by the San Francisco Chronicle and the McClatchy News Service a must be handled with extreme care, for it could disrupt the U.
Google and Facebook, among others, have argued that "many fast-growing startups build on the contributions of H-1B visa
holders to create jobs for U.
administration is adding hurdles and increasing scrutiny in the H-1B visa
system making it harder for American corporate businesses to hire foreign workers.
In April, he unveiled his "Buy American, Hire American" initiative and directed federal agencies to suggest changes to the popular H-1B visa
The H-1B visa
category is numerically capped at 85,000 total visas and this cap has been reached almost immediately in each fiscal year since 2009.
At issue was section 101 (a)(15)(H)(i)(b) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), (10) a law that facilitates the country's most commonly utilized (11) and most contentious, highly-skilled foreign worker program (12)--the H-1B visa