Spouses of H-1B visa holders may not get work permits in 2018 Spouses of H-1B visa holders may no longer be able to obtain work permits if a change proposed by the Trump administration takes effect next…
US-based men plead guilty in Indian phone scam All 24 US-based men who are accused of taking part in a phone scam operated with the help of call centres in India have been…
US Government clamps down further on H-1B visas The US Government has taken further steps to tighten the rules for foreign H-1B visa holders, reportedly removing the ability for their spouses to obtain…
ACT schools to adopt 15,000 Acer Chromebooks ACT Education Minister Yvette Berry today announced the purchase of 15,000 Acer Chromebook devices, pushing for greater equity in Canberra's public schools.
US tightens rules for renewal of H-1B visas US technology companies that employ foreigners on H-1B visas will find it more difficult to obtain renewals of these visas after the US Citizenship and…
Relevance deprivation syndrome causes unrest at Infosys ANALYSIS The founders of well-known Indian outsourcing firm Infosys appear to have been hit by relevance deprivation syndrome. Nothing else can account for the fact…
IT outsourcers get most H-1B visas, pay the least Major IT outsourcers in the United States obtain the lion's share of H-1B visas but pay wages that are below average, according to figures released…
ITPA bid to obtain 457 visa data knocked back The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has knocked back an FOIA request from an IT workers' lobby group about the extent to which 457…
Group calls for transparency in filling low-level IT jobs A group that represents IT professionals has criticised the Australian Government for "tinkering around the edges" with the skilled migration visa policy, which it says…
Credit Suisse finds novel way to shaft IT staff Swiss bank Credit Suisse has found an easy way to get rid of IT employees as part of a cost-cutting drive: simply transfer them to…

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