The US bid to put in place new wage rules for those employed on H-1B visas has been blocked by a court, with a federal judge in New Jersey granting a business group a preliminary injunction which prevents the US Department of Labour from putting the rule into practice.
Recent changes to the condition for issuing H-1B visas, which many companies, predominantly those in the technology sector, use to bring in skilled workers from abroad, have made them much less attractive to use.
More H-1B visas are now going to American technology companies and fewer visas are being used by India-based companies, a study of government data for 2017-18 by the research organisation National Foundation for American Policy, has found.
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