Atlanta sources reported that Under Trump’s administration, USCIS is planning to reverse the 2015 final rule that granted eligibility and work permits for spouses of high skilled (H1-B visa) workers. The ban is likely to push 100,000 people out of jobs and negatively affect the visa holders, their families and their employers.
Researchers Pooja B. Vijayakumar (Doctoral student, Kemmy Business School, Limerick, Ireland) and Dr. Christopher J. L. Cunningham (I-O Psychology Graduate Program Coordinator, UC Foundation Professor, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, USA) found that such spousal work restrictions ultimately affect the overall life satisfaction of the workers and their families.
This statistically supported finding was
corroborated by the qualitative responses participants provided to an
open-ended portion to the research in which participants were asked to explain
the complications in their non-work/personal life due to visa restrictions.
From these qualitative data, these researchers identified six challenges faced
by spouses of high skilled workers including frustration, boredom, and social
isolation, loss of respect / low confidence, domestic tension and financial
Person who killed an Indian student is shot dead by police New York sources reported that man who was a suspect in the killing of an Indian student in Kansas City has been shot dead by police after he shot and wounded three officers on Sunday. Accordingly the man, who had been under surveillance in connection with the fatal shooting of Sharath Koppu on July 6 at a restaurant, was killed during an exchange of fire with police on Sunday.
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