Should the US deny visa to Narendra Modi?
Apr 26, 2012
Press Trust of India | Friday May 3, 2013
Research indicates measures to restrict the use of H-1B visas are not based on sound evidence and would represent a serious policy mistake.
Tuesday April 23, 2013
Under the proposed legislation, the official quota of "H-1B" visas would increase by 69 per cent. However, the proposed overhaul has raised concerns in the Indian IT services sector as well as the government on certain clauses it deems as "discrimina...
Press Trust of India | Monday April 15, 2013
As the US moves forward to reform its immigration system, India has said that a generous American visa policy for the country's high-skilled workers would help everyone and both nations will emerge as winners.
Indo-Asian News Service | Monday April 15, 2013
Indian Ambassador Nirupama Rao has sought a generous American visa policy for high-skilled workers from India saying it would help both countries to come out winners.
Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Tuesday February 19, 2013
The European Union recently ended its decade-long boycott of Narendra Modi, but the US has indicated that it will continue to deny the Gujarat Chief Minister a visa.
Rohit Bhan | Thursday April 26, 2012
The US has said that there is no change in its visa policy with regard to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. "Our position on the visa issue hasn't changed at all," State Department spokesperson Victoria Nuland told reporters at her daily news co...
Press Trust of India | Wednesday April 25, 2012
The US has said that there is no change in its policy towards issuing visas to Indian students."I don't think we've changed our policy with regard to the way we interview applicants," State Department spokesperson Victoria Nuland told reporters at he...
Wednesday April 25, 2012
Last week, education ministers of four Indian states—Punjab, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir—visited several US cities to have a first-hand experience of the community colleges here.
Press Trust of India | Sunday March 25, 2012
Amid Indian IT firms' concerns over restrictive US visa policies for their employees, a top American senator has assured that he is working on a bipartisan bill that will reform immigration laws and allow more Indians to come to America.
Saturday February 18, 2012
US lawmakers and corporate bigwigs have questioned the Obama administration over the issue, warning this would hurt American business interests. In case of L-1B petitions, the denial rate jumped from seven per cent in 2007 to 27 per cent in 2011.
Press Trust of India | Tuesday November 15, 2011
The US today said there is no change in its policy of denying visa to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.
NDTV Correspondent | Monday December 28, 2009
The government's new visa policy has created controversy as the US reportedly sought clarification on it.