Fears that the new US administration would make changes to the H-1B visa system before the application process kicks off on 1 April have receded after the White House signalled that it was not a priority.
Changes to the work visa system in the US, which have been mandated by President Donald Trump, will benefit multinational technology companies, according to a well respected veteran US tech journalist.
Indian outsourcing companies are in a state of nervous tension as they wait to see what changes will be made to the US H-1B visa system, which they use to send workers on assignment to the US.
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