Never be worried about H-1B Visa to US
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Nagpur sources have stated that a senior US diplomat said H-1B visa program has not undergone any fundamental change seeking to allay the apprehension among Indians that amendments to it would harm their interest. Mumbai based Consul General Edgard D Kagan told reporters that there is no change in the processing of H-1B visas from the (US) Consulate (in Mumbai), USA'.
He said "There is a sense in India that the changes in H-1B can have a big impact in India and they understood that and we have heard that message from the Indian government and recognized that it is important here”. Meanwhile under the new policy, a company would have to go the extra mile to prove that its H-1B employee at a third party work site has specific and non-qualifying speculative assignments in specialty occupation.
Mr. Kagan said "There have been adjustments on how program is implemented and designed to ensure that there is no fraud and abuse in US. But what media has focused is on changes having to do with how the petitioning process has been handled in the US. However, we are not having details about it as we do not handle it at the consulate”.