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H1B visa process begins today; Donald Trump administration makes visa approval tougher

The process of filing petitions for H-1B visa has begun amidst unprecedented scrutiny by United States President Donald Trump’s administration. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), which is the federal agency responsible to process the visas, has indicated that there will be zero tolerance for even minor errors. H-1B

Indian techies to worry? USCIS warns foreign workers multiple H1B applications would attract rejection

Multiple H-1B applications will lead to rejection of the petitions, a federal American agency has warned foreign workers, days ahead of the initiation of filing process for the non-immigrant visa, popular among Indian techies. The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has indicated that it would intensify scrutiny of such applications. The H-1B filing process

H1B visa holders’ spouses, including Indians, make America more attractive for foreign talent

The Trump administration’s proposal to withdraw the provision of giving work permits to the spouses of the H-1B visa workers, most of them Indians, will make America less attractive for foreign talent, according to an influential US immigration advocacy body. Since 2015, the spouses of H-1B workers, who are in the process for becoming permanent