Good news: Indians no longer exempted from H-1B visa holders in US, the Trump government allows

Bangla Hunt Desk: News of relief for thousands of Indians trapped in the United States due to coronavirus. The Trump government has begun accepting applications to allow H-1B visa holders to stay in the country for extended periods. Let me tell you, due to the epidemic of the Corona virus, lockdown is taking place around the world now, and all passenger services are closed.

H-1B is a non-immigrant visa, which allows foreign companies to employ foreign workers on the basis of expert evaluation of American companies. American technology companies employ thousands of people from India, China and many other countries every year with this visa.

The US Department of Homeland Security has issued a fresh start, saying they know the immigration challenge has been faced by the Corona virus epidemic. The United States made the announcement when countries around the world closed their borders and banned international flights.

Due to travel restrictions, many H-1B visa holders are stuck in the US, whose visa permits are about to expire soon. However, the US Department of Homeland Security will soon begin applying for the H-1B visa extension. This will be especially beneficial for those whose visa permits are about to expire. The department says, “We believe that because of the Corona virus, immigrants will be able to stay in the United States for longer periods of time.”

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