With the Trump’s Administration push for “Hire American, Buy American,” countries like India feel the pressure. According to hindustantimes.com, more Indians in the US are searching for jobs in India after the 2016 election. The data displays 600 US-based Indians were seeking employment in India in December 2016 and increased to 7,000 in March 2017. Thus, employers seeking H-1B non-immigrant workers for 2018 has declined for the first time in five years. The ramifications of the Trump’s agenda are heard around the world. This all occurs as India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to meet with President Trump next week. There could be talk of the issue of the H-1B visas. We shall see….
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