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Entrepreneurs Don't Fit Within U.S. Visa Categories

The U.S. immigration system is based on models established in the 1950s and 60s that don’t accommodate entrepreneurship,” 
Our current business visa options essentially view entrepreneurs as square pegs to be fit into various categories that don’t work for founders. 

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Indian IT firms may face bigger US visa hurdle

Earlier this month, reports surfaced that two of the largest Indian IT companies Infosys and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) could be investigated by the United States Department of Labor for alleged misuse of a temporary work visa permit, the H-1B. 

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Obama’s trade win brings H-1B unease

There is wariness about President Barack Obama's push for new trade agreements that's likely to grow with the Senate's final approval Wednesday, by a 60-38 vote, of fast-track negotiating authority.

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As Barack Obama's term ends, immigration and visa issues may hurt Indian IT services companies

Immigration and visa issues, which have long plagued the information technology sector, could come back to hurt Indian IT services companies this year as the US heads towards Presidential elections in 2016.

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TCS, Infosys issue aside, 1 lakh H-1B visas given to Indians last year

US consul general in India Phillip A Min, while refusing to comment on the fresh probes on Indian IT firms Infosys and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) for possible violations of H-1B visa norm allayed fears of the process being difficult and said that personnel travelling to the US on this Visa form the backbone of US business relations.

 

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Infosys to rely less on H-1B visas

Infosys is gearing itself to meet the challenges of visa compliance issues in the United States, with new policies in the pipeline that include relying less on H-1B visas to meet labor demands, hiring more workers locally, and to keep zero employees on the bench.

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Foreign B-school grads left out in the cold in U.S. job market

U.S. business schools don’t tend to highlight potential visa problems for international MBAs, but applicants should do their homework.

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​H-1B Rejected? Fly to CANADA

Canada has put in place a “startup visa” and has aggressively promoted it to failed U.S. H-1B applicants

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States, cities call for expanding H-1B visa program for skilled foreign workers

A computer programmer from India was promised a $46,500 salary in New York, plus tuition to study for a master's degree. Instead, his annual pay averaged less than $13,000 and his degree was withheld when his employer failed to make the promised tuition payments.

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Sai Kiran's funeral held- RIP


The body of A Sai Kiran (22), an engineering student from the city, who was shot dead by some persons in the United States a week ago, was brought on Sunday. The final rites were performed at crematorium in Kushaiguda.

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