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Obama Assures Attention to India's H-1B Visa Concerns

Obama Assures Attention to India's H-1B Visa Concerns

New Delhi : US President Barack Obama has assured Prime Minister Narendra Modi that he will look into India's concerns on the H-1B visa issue as part of his comprehensive immigration reform, US officials said on Monday. President Obama told Prime ... NDTV, 13 hours ago

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India could greet Obama with H-1B concerns

President Barack Obama could get an earful on the topic of H-1B visas during his trip to India today. Obama arrived yesterday for a three day visit, and will meet with several Indian government and business officials today to discuss a number of ...
 Fierce CIO17 hours ago Sen. Sessions Blasts H-1B as Part of His Anti-Immigrant Agenda. By Roger Algase  ILW.COM3 days ago Obama, in India, will get earful about the H-1B visa  Computerworld Australia3 days ago Anti-H-1B senator to head immigration panel  Computerworld4 days ago

Expect Obama’s assurance on H-1B visa to aid India’s IT industry: R Chandrashekhar, Nasscom

US President Barack Obama's India visit has been fairly satisfactory." In a chat with ET Now, R Chandrashekhar, President, Nasscom, talks about the possible impacts of Barack Obama's visit on the Indo-US ties, with special focus on the IT sector. Excerpts: ET ...
 Economic Times11 hours ago Expect Obama's assurance on H-1B visa to aid India's IT industry: Nasscom  Economic Times10 hours ago NASSCOM welcomes Obamas announcement of US$4 bn  India Infoline5 hours ago Global policies could be a cause for concern for Indian IT: Nasscom  Livemint.com5 days ago
Sys-Con India

The Worst H-1B Employers

From the Wires The First-Ever Comprehensive List of Firms Barred from the Program for Violations Jan. 22, 2015 05:00 AM WASHINGTON , Jan. 22, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Center for Immigration Studies, as a public service, has ...
 Sys-Con India5 days ago

US Senate Bill moots expansion of H-1B visas

e omnibus Immigration Reform Bill stalled in the US House of Representatives for more than a year, a bipartisan group of Senators have introduced a new Bill that proposes a big expansion of H-1B visas and Green Cards for high-skilled foreign ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago New bill would raise H-1B cap  Staffing Industry Analysts1 week ago Bipartisan I-Squared Act Introduced to Reform Business Immigration System  JD Supra4 days ago First Senate Bill Introduced to Address Legal / High-Skilled Immigration Reform  National Law Review1 week ago
Times of India

Obama gives immigration boost to H-1B visa holders

In a 15-minute prime time address to the nation, Obama invoked some of the most fundamental ideals of the United States to make his case. WASHINGTON: Presenting a powerful moral argument that America is and will always be a nation of immigrants, US President ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Obama greenlights high-skilled immigration; relief for H-1B visa holders, spouses, students  Times of India2 months ago
Business Standard

Obama's immigration fixes allay Indian IT companies' concerns

No company will be able to hire H-1B and L-1 workers if more than 50 per cent of their employees in the country hold these visas BS Reporters | New Delhi November 22, 2014 Last Updated at 23:20 IST President Barack Obama announces executive action on US ...
 Business Standard2 months ago New US visa norms to benefit Indian techies  Rediff.com2 months ago Obama's immigration norms to ease Indian IT firms concerns  Rediff.com2 months ago Obama's new immigration norms to benefit Indians  Rediff.com2 months ago

US move to help H-1B visa holders

US President Barack Obama on Friday bypassed the Congress to announce the most sweeping reform to fix America's "broken" immigration system to protect five million illegal workers from deportation. The move could also benefit thousands of Indian techies ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago A path to emerge from the shadows  Rediff.com1 month ago Obama provides legal status to five million illegal immigrants  Jagran Post2 months ago Indians among 5 million illegal immigrants granted legal status by Obama  Rediff.com2 months ago

From Techies In India To Software Slaves In US

NEW YORK An investigation exposes the murky underbelly of Indian H-1B visa holders indentured in America. Here's a Janus image for you. On the one side, half a dozen H-1B workers bunkered in a choked guesthouse in America, anxious to be summoned ...
 Link3 days ago Techies to software slaves  Times of India1 week ago

Arena Pharmaceuticals : Reports Positive Results from Phase 1b Clinical Trial Evaluating APD334 for the Treatment of Autoimmune Diseases

SAN DIEGO, Jan. 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Arena Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARNA) today announced top-line results from a Phase 1b multiple ascending dose clinical trial for APD334, an oral drug candidate that targets the sphingosine 1-phosphate ...
 4 Traders2 weeks ago Arena Pharmaceuticals Reports Positive Results from Phase 1b Clinical Trial Evaluating APD334 for the …  Yahoo! Finance2 weeks ago Arena Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Reports Positive Results From Phase 1b Clinical Trial Evaluating APD334 For The Treatment Of Autoimmune Diseases  BioSpace2 weeks ago
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