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India to Trump: America still needs our tech workers - CNNMoney

India has a message for President Trump: Curbing visas for skilled workers won't solve America's problems. Trump signed a "Buy American, Hire American" executive order on Tuesday, promising to protect U.S. workers by overhauling the H-1B visa program ...and more »

Everywhere Indian engineers are unwanted - Quartz

Donald Trump's message to bring jobs back to America has been loud and clear, but by no means is it new. With the rise of nationalist sentiment around the world, countries from the west to the east have been making moves to weed out the foreign worker ...and more »

H1-B visa: More Indians in US seek jobs back home as Trump signs order - Hindustan Times

The number of Indians in the US searching for jobs in India has gone up more than 10-fold between December and March. india Updated: Jul 19, 2017 15:41 IST. Rozelle Laha, New Delhi. Donald Trump speaks before signing an executive order ...and more »

US H1B visa: Donald Trump move not to have immediate impact on India, says Nasscom - Financial Express

The President's executive order directs the federal bureaucracy to enforce visa law more vigorously, and to study new ways to reform and restrict the H-1B system. By: FE Bureau | Bengaluru | Published: April 20, 2017 6:38 AM. 1. Shares. Share. Top News ...and more »

H-1B visa restrictions may lead to layoffs - The Hindu

U.S. President Donald Trump's plans to tighten visa norms for skilled workers could potentially hurt margins at India's IT services providers and may lead to layoffs in the sector, according to industry analysts. On April 18, Mr. Trump signed an ...and more »

Indian techies are losing out on all major markets - Economic Times

NEW DELHI: It is taking the 'we' out of visa. On Monday, Australia scrapped a visa programme used extensively for transfer of skilled foreign workers while US executive orders expected a day later will overhaul the H-1B system. Tuesday morning reports ...and more »

IT's H-1B positive: Time for Indian IT companies to breathe a sigh of relief - Economic Times

Indian information technology services companies can breathe easy for the moment, with US President Donald Trump choosing not to push for legislative changes in the country's visa programme for technology workers in his latest executive order. Instead ...and more »

IT sector dims as beacon of Indian job creation - Financial Times

In a lab deep within a landscaped campus in the western Indian city of Pune, 16 recent graduates are experimenting with new technologies that are shaking up a flagship national industry. Tata Consultancy Services, the largest of India's powerful IT ...and more »

Layoffs Warned In Indian IT Sector Amid H-1B Visa Curbs, Rising Rupee - NDTV

A tightening H-1B visa regime in the United States will force IT giants to create fundamental changes to their strategies in terms of hiring, salaries and jobs, which could impact employees in India too, industry body Assocham has warned. "Indian IT ...and more »

Australia visa curbs: Tougher English test, 2 yrs work experience required - Business Standard (press release) (blog)

Indian techies working in Australia would not be affected by its government's move on visas granted to them under a specific category, said the Indian IT industry's representative body Nasscom on Wednesday. "Our initial assessment is that the move ...and more »