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Reality check on new visa norms

If indeed, US President Donald Trump is successful in pushing the stringent HI-B visa norms, Indian IT majors are sure to face a setback. They must start re-working their economics and look for ways to bring down on-site work
 
Mar 8, 2017
By Kalyani Shankar
 
If indeed, US President Donald Trump is successful in pushing the stringent HI-B visa norms, Indian IT majors are sure to face a setback. They must start re-working their economics and look for ways to bring down on-site work
 
India’s Silicon valley in Bengaluru and Hyderabad’s cyber city, India’s IT hub, are shivering with uncertainty about their future if the US blocks H1-B visas as a part of curbing outsourcing. India’s software service industry, which is already facing pressure on profitability, is braving to face the Trump Administration’s protectionist policies. The National Association for Software and Services Companies (Nasscom), which represents the IT industry, has kept its fingers crossed.
 
Read more at: http://www.dailypioneer.com/columnists/oped/reality-check-on-new-visa-norms.html
 
The Pioneer, March 8, 2017

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