The first change of rules around the H-1B visa, which has been used by many Indian IT outsourcing outfits to take workers to the US, will be announced by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services and the Department of Homeland Security on Monday US time.
American plans to strip the spouses of holders of H-1B visas of the right to work have reached the final stage, with the Department of Homeland Security inching towards approving the change.
A former employee of Indian IT outsourcing company HCL has filed a suit, claiming that the firm discriminates against non-Indian workers and games the American H-1B visa system.
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