H-1B cap reached, majority of applications by Indian companies

Majority of these estimated 250,000 H-1B visa applications are "certainly" either by companies that have Indian owner like TCS.

US formally notifies increase in H1B and L1 visa fee

US formally notifies increase in H1B and L1 visa fee

The US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) said applicants for certain categories of H-1B visas post December 18, 2015 must submit an additional fee of USD 4,000.

Spouses of H-1B visa holders to get work permits in US beginning May 26

The US on Tuesday announced that it will provide work permits to spouses of H-1B visa holders beginning May 26, a move that is expected to benefit thousands of talented and professional Indian spouses who come to America but are unable to work.

US reaches H-1B visa cap for FY 2015

The US on Thursday said it has received a sufficient number of H-1B petitions to reach the statutory cap of 65,000 visas for the fiscal year 2015.

US reaches H-1B visa cap for FY 2015

The US today said it has received a sufficient number of H-1B petitions to reach the statutory cap of 65,000 visas for the fiscal year 2015.

US H-1B visa cap reached in five days

The US on Monday announced that it has received the sufficient number of applications for its much coveted H-1B work visas to meet the Congressional mandated cap of 65,000.

US to start accepting H-1B petitions from April 1

The US has invited applications from aspirants for the coveted H-1B visas, hugely popular among Indian IT companies, from April 1.

US uses lottery to choose recipients of H-1B visas

The US, which received about 124,000 applications for the 85,000 H-1B visas up for grabs this year, has used lottery to determine who all would be given the most sought after work visas among IT professionals.

US receives 50000 packages of H-1B petitions on first day

USCIS can reward a maximum of 65,000 H-1B visas for the fiscal year 2014 beginning October 1, 2013.

More than 18,000 H-1B visas yet to be grabbed

Reflecting the dire straits of the job market and strict regulations imposed by the US Congress, more than one-fourth of the H-1B, once the most sought after visas, is yet to be grabbed.