Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Senator Chuck Grassley and Assistant Democratic Leader Dick Durban have announced to introduce legislation to prioritize visa allocation for skilled foreign workers, who have studied from the US varsities.
Many readers here are very familiar with H-1B cap season and the lottery process. But for those new to the process this year, I thought I would shed some light on the basics, so you’ll know what to expect as the time draws near.
Two powerful US Senators have announced they will introduce a legislation which, if passed by the Congress, would give preference to foreigners studying in American universities, a move that will tighten the noose around the H-1B visa programme and could hurt Indian IT firms.
France is introducing a new French Tech Visa for foreign start-up founders, tech talent and tech investors.
Effective January 17, 2017, new immigration regulations will provide benefits to many high-skilled workers who are already in the long queue for employment-based permanent residency.
(ECNS) -- About 30 overseas Chinese students in Houston, Texas, could be deported for operating a private dining room and selling desserts on the social network WeChat, according to Beijing-based The Mirror.
Infosys and Tata Consultancy Services are looking forward to hiring more engineers from universities in the United States . This move comes along as they brace themselves for stringent visa rules that are expected to be revealed by the new American administration led by Donald Trump .
In closed-door talks last month, the Trump transition team and tech industry executives discussed possibly overhauling the H-1B visa program, reports Reuters. The temporary program allows foreign workers into the U.S. to fill high-skilled, high-paying jobs, mostly in the tech industry.
The U.S. is suffering from a shortage of high-skilled technical workers, the chief executive of Indian outsourcing firm Tech Mahindra has told CNBC, who predicts no drop-off in demand for staff despite reports of proposed visa changes by the incoming Trump administration.
Indian outsourcing giants Infosys and Tata Consultancy Services will hire more engineers from campuses in the United States as they brace themselves for stringent visa norms expected to be unveiled by the new American administration led by Donald Trump.