Immigration curbs have "played disappointingly badly" in India despite prime ministerial charm offensives to show Britain welcomes students
A move that can hit Prime Minister David Cameron's efforts to boost student and business visits from countries like India.
For freelance techies, the temptation is overwhelming. And that, naturally, has opened up a world of opportunity for fraudsters.
The case of an Indian student, brutally bashed in Melbourne late last year, has prompted calls for changes to Australia's migration regulations.
Outsourcer forced into stateside campus recruitment blitz to fill junior roles
India has warned the United States of consequences for its companies if lawmakers tighten visa rules on high-tech firms as part of an immigration overhaul.
Tourists travelling to India from 180 countries will no longer have to queue at their local consulates to obtain visas.
Devyani Khobragade, the Indian diplomat whose December arrest led to a major international dispute, holds no immunity from US prosecution
India's intelligence agencies have now given their backing to proposals that would allow tourists to apply online and then wait only three days before receiving the green light,
Describing the current US immigration system as "completely backwards", Indian-American Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal said the country needs a system of "high walls and a broad gate".
As many as 163 Vedic pandits, who were brought to the US from north Indian villages, have disappeared from the Maharishi Vedic City in Iowa during the past year
The elite American Embassy school here is under scanner for suspected violations of tax laws and visa status of some of its staff.
On December 20th, just days after the Indian Supreme Court reinstated the ban on “sex against the order of nature” in the Indian Penal Code, the duo received political asylum in the United States
The US is reportedly proceeding with the prosecution of senior Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade and has no intentions of withdrawing the case of visa fraud against her.
An Indian diplomat said U.S. authorities subjected her to a strip search and cavity search when she was arrested on visa charges in New York City, sparking outrage in India.
The changes under the Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR) put a curb on use of H-1B visa for those companies which have a higher ratio of work force under this category. - See more at: http://www.hindustantimes.com/world-news/us-can-t-do-much-about-india-s-h-1b-visa-concerns/article1-1135138.aspx#sthash.E716TmlC.dpuf
This “lifelong” visa just lulls the cardholder into a false sense of complacency.
Indian immigration officials have responded by refusing to let Indian holders of stapled visas board their flights to China.
Government is closely watching the situation in Saudi Arabia which is targeting illegal foreigners under its new labour policy,.
Skyscanner’s survey reveals that three quarters of Indians choose holiday destinations based on visa requirements
A federal investigation into visa use by Infosys has brought to light widespread abuses in the industry and prompted investigations into other foreign outsourcing firms.
The US government will hit Indian outsourcing giant Infosys with the largest immigration fine ever levied.
The US Justice Department is likely to penalise Infosys with record immigration fine over misuse of business visas.
Planning Commission calls a high-level meeting of different ministries and national security advisor on Monday
Finland, Sweden and Great Britain, whose citizens have visa-free access to a maximum of 173 out of 218 countries, occupy the top three positions in the index
Thousands of people poured into streets across the United States on Saturday in a push to overhaul immigration and end the legal limbo of more than 11 million undocumented immigrants.
NRIs disillusioned; many flee after impulsive return
Britain has indicated to India that there is no move to finalise the controversial 3,000 pounds visa bond scheme for Indians soon
An influential group of Indian American doctors has sought a say in the immigration reform bill, arguing that the pending legislation does not take into account the huge shortage of physicians in the US.
The fact remains that all immigrants remain 'second-hand' citizens.
Indian and Indian-American (collectively “Indian” below) IT businesses are being scapegoated for abuse of the visa programme – using it for cheap, immobile labour – that actually pervades the entire industry.
Indian IT sector is being scapegoated for abuse of the visa programme that actually pervades the entire industry
But what the industry cannot afford to miss is the real message from all this: thou shalt not depend on visas for your business model to work.
Millions of people who are in the country legally, and stand on the threshold of citizenship, never take that next step.
India’s concept of Atithi Devo Bhava is perhaps misunderstood by some visitors. That explains why every second day, a foreigner in Pune is deported or asked to leave India.
India gets the lion’s share of H-1Bs designed for skilled workers, the latest figure represents 64% of the total, up from 58% the year before
Rich Indians planning to invest in a business or buy property in some foreign countries to gain permanent residency find their dreams shattered
India in 2005 introduced a special visa for medical tourists, to bolster the industry. However, restrictions imposed by the visa have made it harder for them to enter the country for medical treatment.
Lobbying spends in the US by Indian IT companies have increased substantially this year, most of that made in an effort to soften the proposals in the impending immigration bill.
People living as illegal immigrants in Britain are willing to return to their home country, a Sikh leader said.