In an another blow to Indian IT employees, the Donald Trump-led United States has released a list of 17 blacklisted companies which cannot apply for H1-B work visas in the coming days.
Ever since Donald Trump came to power, the debate on H1-B and L1 (popular visas among Indian IT folks), have triggered the responses from several officials of both nations. Most recently, Union Minister Suresh Prabhu also revealed that India has raised the concern of IT professionals and H1-B, L1 very strongly with US officials. As part of saving more jobs for Americans, US tightened the work visa rules and also increased the remuneration for H1-B holders.
According to the list released, here are the blacklisted companies from applying work visas: Ajel Technologies, Delta Search Labs, Amica Technology Solutions LLC, Clinron LLC, Foscam Digital Technologies, G Healthcare LLC, Incoln Corporation, Md2 Systems, Northern California Universal Enterprise Corporation, NYC healthcare staffing, Prithvi Information Solution, Riedstra Dairy, Telava Networks, Techwire Solutions, Univalve creations Yummi Enterprises and Macro Networks Corporation.