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America is the loser in H1-B Visa Issue in chasing Indians

America is the loser in H1-B Visa Issue in chasing Indians
America is the loser in H1-B Visa Issue in chasing Indians
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According to sources presently US is planning to change its visa regime so that those who hold H-1B visas will have to go back home if they have green card applications pending. Meanwhile as per report the World Trade Organisation (WTO) rules for India to challenge that, but thus far, South Block's diplomacy has been weak and wobbly on that issue.



Report says that as many as 500,000 Indian workers, mostly techies, may be send back to India if Washington's proposal comes true. Presently software association Nasscom has called the criteria attached to the US proposal as it lobbies to help IT companies such as Infosys and Tata Consultancy Services.

America is the loser in H1-B Visa Issue in chasing Indians

Moreover the visa restrictions under the “Buy American, Hire American” plan are essentially a non-tariff barrier to free trade. Trump has been proudly defending American interests in jobs, forgetting that trade is a two-way street, especially between nations. 

America is the loser in H1-B Visa Issue in chasing Indians

America is the loser in H1-B Visa Issue in chasing Indians
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