The Indian economy could lose $30 billion annually with the IT industry being the hardest hit if the Immigration Bill under consideration in the US Congress becomes a law.
Indian students' enrolment in German universities up more than 100% in 5 years
Kerala is known for giving the finest theoretical and practical training to its nurses but there is no value for their specialisation,
The UK Court of Appeal has cleared the way for a minimum income threshold of 18,600 pounds for British citizens bringing foreign spouses to live with them in the country
Critics say there is no across-the-board shortage of American tech workers, and that if there were, wages would be rising rapidly.
India’s tourism bosses are hoping a relaxation of the visa regime will drive a growth in tourism.
India's operation in strife-torn Iraq is fast taking the shape of a full-scale evacuation of all Indians.
New tourism minister Shri Shripad Yesso Naik to implement as soon as possible e-visa to boost tourist arrivals to the country.
A group of Indian nurses working in the northern Iraqi city of Tikrit say they are are petrified following the bombings
People traveling to India from the U.S. are wading through a bureaucratic nightmare when applying for documents to get overseas.
An influential US lawmaker yesterday asked the State Department to improve the visa approval process for doctors from India
Indian missions in the US have turned to social media like Facebook and Twitter as they scrambled to clear up a visa mess in the wake of a change of contractors for processing consular services.
Indian expatriates in the UAE seeking to renew their passports till the end of July will face delay.
There are currently 35,000 Indian students in Australia and the numbers are growing rapidly.
Slowdown in the job market and opportunities in other destinations such as Singapore, New Zealand and Dubai has resulted in a continuous decline in the number of Indian students studying in the US.
The first batch of 500 Indians, mostly students, are leaving violence-hit Ukrainian city of Lugansk to Kyiv today as India made arrangements to evacuate close to 1000 of its nationals from that city
The number of overseas students coming to study in Britain from Commonwealth countries like India and Pakistan has dwindled from one lakh to 35,000 in the past three years,
The Department of Homeland Security, a U.S government body, had decided to allow spouses of H-1B visa-holders, who are seeking green cards, to get work authorisation.
Warnings over foreign doctors as figures show those trained in India are four times more likely to be struck off
Will work permits help solve 'identity crisis' faced by H1B visa holders' spouses?
A petition on CHANGE.ORG has been scathing in its criticism of the treatment meted out to some at the Indian High Commission.
India has taken up the key issue of Britain closing the post-study work visa, which allowed self-financing Indian students to work here after completing their studies
A quick glance at online rental listings shows many that include the words: "no Indians, no PRCs [People's Republic of China]", sometimes followed by the word "sorry".
Indian information technology firms are facing greater scrutiny from financial sector clients in the United States, following the new risk-mitigation rules.
The UK is mulling recruiting doctors from India to tackle a staffing crisis.
Over the past 2 years, applications from India have skyrocketed, while those from China have tapered off—leaving analysts scrambling for answers.
This also accounted for the largest number of non-immigrants residing in the US.
This is the first parliamentary election in which Indian expatriates,can vote in their home country, as part of an amendment to a voting law passed in 2010.
The youths, detained in prisons in the US for the past few months, have gone on hunger strike seeking early resolution of their plight
USCIS conducted the computerised draw of lots to select the Congressionally mandated 65,000 applicants, who would receive the H-1B visas.
Indians are experiencing a significantly higher denial rate of the American non-immigrant L-1 visa as compared to applicants from any other country.
Under the terms of the new ‘tied visa,’ overseas domestic workers cannot legally leave their employer and find new work.
Among the illegals are Indian engineers, lawyers, graduates, pharmacists and well-educated men.
Exercising caution while pursuing the American dream
The service will allow Indian applicants to keep their passport while their visa is being processed.
Over 90 per cent of the applications received get the visas,clarifying that Britain does not look at India as a high risk country.
Imports of gold are likely to get further impacted, with the effort to check the alleged misuse of the facility for non-resident Indians (NRIs) to bring some with their luggage.
About 70 Indian passports have reportedly been stolen from a private company, to which the Indian Consulate in San Francisco has outsourced various visa and passport related services.
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.