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USCIS Begins Returning H1B “Rejection” Packets

USCIS Begins Returning H1B “Rejection” Packets

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Indian IT outsourcing contracts under US scanner

After reports that the US government is investigating an outsourcing contract involving utility firm Southern California Edison and India's largest software exporters, Tata Consultancy Services and Infosys, similar pacts signed now or recently are coming under the scanner, people familiar with the matter said.

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H-1B visas: US law's loopholes being ruthlessly exploited by companies

It hardly needs saying that immigration policy should not undermine Americans' jobs, wages or working conditions. The problem is that what some companies want - cheap, exploitable, disposable labor - is exactly what the system can be twisted into giving them.

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Disney ABC TV reverses plans to outsource IT jobs

Amid reports of a US government probe of two top Indian IT companies for possible violations of H-1B visa rules, Disney ABC TV has cancelled plans to outsource IT jobs, according to a media report.

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Indian Student From Hyderabad Shot Dead in Florida

Indian Student From Hyderabad Shot Dead in Florida

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TCS, Infosys deny any news of US probe, say fully compliant with visa norms

 
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd (TCS) and Infosys Ltd have denied reports that the US department of labour has initiated an investigation into possible violations by them of rules pertaining to visas for foreign technology workers.

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US may allow foreign students to stay for 6 years after degree

If American corporations can't hire H1-Bs, they can hire H1-wannabes.
That in essence will be the outcome of the Obama administration's move to allow tens of thousands international students to stay on in the United States for up to six years after they finish their college degree.

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US opens probe against TCS, Infosys for H1-B visa violations

The US government has opened an investigation against two of the biggest Indian outsourcing companies for possible violations of H1-B visa rules, according to a media report.

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What's Going On With Immigration? Here are 5 Key Points

 A lot of legal terms have been thrown around in what seems like a convoluted process of deciding whether the president can make it possible for millions of people who are illegally here to stay and work. Emergency stay, injunction, stay of the injunction, prosecutorial discretion, deferred action. Muddling through the legal language makes it harder to understand where things are and where they are going. So here's five points summarizing what's going on, or not going, with immigration:

 

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Dealing with Rejection: Options for Applicants Not Selected in the FY2016 H-1B Lottery

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)’s announcement last month that it received nearly 233,000 H-1B petitions for fiscal year 2016 beginning October 1, 2015—a record total, and a 35% increase over last year—to fill its quota of 85,000 means that nearly two-thirds of all cap-subject H-1B petitions were rejected. Applicants without an advanced degree had a roughly 30% chance of being selected in the lottery.

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