US President Donald Trump on Friday assured H-1B visa holders, an overwhelming majority of whom are Indian IT professionals, that his administration will soon bring changes that will give them certainty to stay in America and a “potential path to citizenship”.
A 46-year-old Indian-American has been arrested and charged in California for H-1B visa
The Trump administration has introduced a new set of stringent provisions to the H-1B labour application process under which the US employers must disclose the total number of foreigners already employed by them, making it tougher to sponsor fresh foreign workers.
The Donald Trump administration has told a federal court that its decision to revoke work permits to H-4 visa users, a significant majority of whom are Indian-Americans, is expected within the next three months, a move that will have a major impact on Indian women as they are the major beneficiaries of the Barack Obama […]
New Delhi: BPO firms Aegis and StarTek on Sunday announced the completion of their merger, with the combined entity having revenue of over $700 million and workforce of 50,000 employees across 13 countries, including India.
Imphal: Minister of state for electronics and information technology S.S. Ahluwalia on Saturday said the three BPOs coming up in Manipur will benefit the youths of the state and also improve its economy.
Calcutta: The Software Technology Parks of India, the nodal agency of the IT ministry for the India BPO Promotion Scheme (IBPS), is hopeful of a positive response from Bengal in the current round of bidding under the scheme.
Washington: The Trump administration has announced a policy that makes tough the procedure for issuing H-1B visas to those to be employed at one or more third-party worksites, which will impact Indian IT companies and their employees.
Ranchi: Jharkhand, that is promoting itself as a BPO destination with the help of the Centre, has received 1,700 applications, 200 more than the number initially finalised according to the India BPO Promotion Scheme (IBPS).
Washington: The Trump administration is considering revoking an Obama-era rule that extends work authorisation to the spouses of H-1B visa holders, a move that could affect thousands of Indian workers and their families.