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Good news for Indians: US introduces 15-day H-1B visa processing
World

Good news for Indians: US introduces 15-day H-1B visa processing

In what comes as good news for Indian professionals seeking to work in the US, the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), announced last week that it will resume premium processing for all H-1B visa applications filed on or before December 21, 2018, starting Tuesday.
Trump announces major H-1B changes, including path to citizenship
World

Trump announces major H-1B changes, including path to citizenship

On Friday, US President Trump announced that major changes would be made to the H-1B visa program that is widely used by Indian IT professionals and Indian IT firms.
US: Bill to protect work authorization of H-1B spouses introduced
World

US: Bill to protect work authorization of H-1B spouses introduced

A legislation seeking to prohibit the Trump administration from revoking the work authorization of spouses of H-1B visa holders, including Indians, has been introduced in the US Congress by two lawmakers who said that eliminating this benefit would force many foreign workers to use their talents to compete against American businesses.
Trump administration to propose major changes to H-1B visa rules
World

Trump administration to propose major changes to H-1B visa rules

The Trump administration has said it is planning to "revise" the definition of employment and specialty occupations under the H-1B visas, a move which will have a detrimental impact on Indian IT companies and small and medium-sized contractual firms mostly owned by Indian-Americans.
There is no change in H-1B visa policy: US official
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There is no change in H-1B visa policy: US official

There is no change in the US' H-1B visa policy which is currently undergoing a review to ensure that it does not disadvantage US workers or wages, a senior Trump administration official has said.
94% of graduates not fit for hiring: Tech Mahindra CEO
Business

94% of graduates not fit for hiring: Tech Mahindra CEO

The skill shortage in India's IT workforce is alarming. The education-sector isn't helping meet this gap, so the burden has shifted to the industries.

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