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Manoj Sharma
October 7, 2020
New H-1B restrictions: The US government's new order narrows definition of 'specialty occupation' while closing overboard definition that worked well for years for overseas companies doing business in the US


BusinessToday.In
July 17, 2020
What this essentially means is that if the principal beneficiary i.e., the H-1B visa holder is currently in the US, then his/her family who is outside the country can apply for H-1 visas and return to the country


Rukmini Rao
June 23, 2020
The order suspends and limits the entry of 'aliens' into  the US, to those who are outside the country and also those seeking visas at the time of the order being passed


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 23, 2020
Trump administration has suspended and limited the entry into the US of H-1B, H-2B, and L visa-holders and their dependents till December 31, 2020; Weeks after cutting India's sovereign rating, Moody's on Monday said that India's gross domestic product (GDP) will contract 3.1 per cent in 2020 due to the coronavirus-led nationwide lockdown; Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai has expressed his disappointment over the Trump administration's latest proclamation that suspends immigrant work visas including the H-1B visas temporarily till end of the year. Watch this and more on News Blast.Also Read: US suspension of H1-B visas to have limited impact on India


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, June 23, 2020
US suspends H-1B visas: There are more than 3 lakh Indian H-1B visa holders in the US at the moment. The new policy is not going to impact the existing H-1B visa holding Indians in the US


Ashish Pandey
New Delhi, June 23, 2020
For FY21, Indians had applied for as many as 1.84 lakh or nearly 70 per cent of the total H-1B visas, according to the data by US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)


BusinessToday.In
June 23, 2020
The order is likely to affect Indian IT companies such as Infosys, Wipro, TCS and HCL Technologies, among others as Indian nationals comprise nearly 70% of the 85,000 H1-B visas granted to foreign workers by the US government every year


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 23, 2020
Donald Trump suspends H1B, H4 visas for rest of 2020US President Donald Trump has signed an order, temporarily suspending employment-based visas. Trump administration has suspended and limited the entry into the US of H-1B, H-2B, and L visa-holders and their dependents till December 31, 2020. It also includes certain categories of J visas like an intern, trainee, teacher, camp counselor, or summer work travel programme. The new rule would apply only to those who are outside the ...


BusinessToday.In
June 23, 2020
Indian IT industry body Nasscom has urged US President Donald Trump to shorten the duration of the suspension of H-1B visas to 90 days


BusinessToday.In
June 23, 2020
While Infosys share price lost over 1% to Rs 692.30, share price of HCL Tech fell nearly 1% to Rs 563.65 against previous close of Rs 569.55 on BSE


BusinessToday.In
June 23, 2020
Stock Market LIVE Updates on June 23 : IndusInd Bank, Bajaj Finance, PowerGrid, NTPC, Nestle India, Titan and Bajaj Auto were among the top gainers today. On the other hand, TCS, Asian Paints, M&M and Infosys were among the laggards


PTI
June 23, 2020
Under these reforms, the H-1B programme will prioritise those workers who are offered the highest wage, ensuring that the highest-skilled applicants are admitted, the White House said


BusinessToday.In
June 23, 2020
Pichai was, however, not the only one to express his disappointment over the proclamation that temporarily suspends H-1B visas.


BusinessToday.In
June 23, 2020
Trump's announcement has come as a shock for a large number of Indian IT professionals and several Indian as well as US firms who were issued H-1B visa for the fiscal year 2021 beginning October 1


Reuters
March 6, 2017
Foreigners looking for jobs at technology companies in the US will now have to go through a longer visa approval process after the Trump administration announced it will temporarily suspend expedited applications for H-1B visas.


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