Washington: A new research study indicates that President Trump’s idea of imposing a work ban on spouses of high-skill visa holders may lead 100,000 people to become jobless which will, in turn, affect employers reports Bloomberg.
Washington: The Trump administration has failed to meet its deadline for the second time this year to issue a notification with regard to its decision on terminating work authorisation of H4 visa users who are spouses of H-1B visa holders.
Washington: The US Citizenship and Immigration Services or USCIS, said it has reached the Congressionally-mandated 65,000 H-1B visa cap for fiscal year 2019 and would conduct a lottery to decide successful applicants for the work visa popular among Indian IT professionals.
Washington: 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, a move that will hugely impact Indian IT companies and their employees.
Dubai: Indians seeking jobs in the UAE should not come on visit visas and must authenticate their employment offers and permit visas before arriving in the country, the Indian Consulate here has said, amid growing cases of duping and visa frauds.
Mumbai: Indians travelling to Georgia are facing major issues in getting clearance from the local immigration officers at the airport in Tbilisi, the capital of the eastern European country. The Georgian embassy is located only in Delhi, as a result of which Mumbaikars are applying for e-visa.
Mumbai: A fortnight after the Thane police busted a call centre racket in Ambernath, investigators are struggling to get victims’ testimonies, which is hampering the probe.
New Delhi: US decision to temporarily suspend the expedited premium processing of H1B visas will lead to process delays for Indian IT firms too, said industry body Nasscom on Sunday.