H1B visa: 37% drop for 7 Indian firms in 2016

9,356 H-1B petitions approved in 2016, which represent only 0.006% of US labor force.

H-1B visa will not decrease for IT professionals

Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said that the number of H-1B visas for Indian IT professionals will not be reduced. She has tried to calm the nervousness about the controversial visa issue.

Who's cheering for the H1B visa overhaul on Planet Trump? The H1B worker

A silent cheering has begun on the western side of the Atlantic; the H1B community already working in the US is beginning to breathe easy now that the matter is settling down on the outline of the recoil - the idea...

Alphabet's Eric Schmidt: H-1B visa cap is 'stupid'

Eric Schmidt who is the executive chairman of Google's (GOOGL, Tech30) parent company Alphabet, speaks up on the issue of the government limiting the grants of H-1B work visas.

H1B visa: After Infosys, Cognizant will now increase the number of American employees

US President Donald Trump is preparing to make changes in H1B visa rules, after Infosys, Cognizant has already made preparations to recruit staff from the United States.

Not Indian, US companies use majority of H-1B visas: Report

Before some days, the Donald Trump administration has blamed Indian IT companies of taking the lion’s share of H-1B visas, but the recent data shows that American companies use the majority of these visas for foreign professionals.

H1B visa changes could benefit Indian IT professionals: Experts

A US expert stated that US President Donald Trump's proposed changes in the past days to the H-1B visa program may end up profiting Indian IT professionals in terms of higher wages.

Infosys to hire 10,000 US workers amid Donald Trump’s crackdown on H1B visas

The Indian information technology giant Infosys will hire 10,000 Americans in the next two years to overcome visa issues. The company will also set up four technology innovation centers in the US.

America's stance on visas soft after India's tough stance

After India's stiff rise on the H-1B visa issue, the US trend has softened. He has said that Indian companies have an investment in the US and they want to maintain a strong economic relationship between the two sides.

TCS, Infosys Accused by the US for Unfairly Grabbing majority of H-1B Visas

The Indian IT giants TCS and Infosys are accused by the US for unfairly getting a major part of the total number of granted H-1B visas by putting some extra tickets in the lottery system,