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Indian IT & Business Services Market Grows 5.41% To $13.4 bn In 2020: IDC

The Indian IT and Business Services market had grown by 8.43 per cent in 2019, but the growth rate fell in 2020 due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on businesses in the country, as per IDC Worldwide Semi-annual Services Tracker.

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2 US Senators Seek Preservation Of Employment Authorisation For Immigrant Women On H-4 Visas

H-4 visas are issued by US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to immediate family members — spouse and children under 21 years of age — of the holder of H-1B visa, the most sought-after among Indian IT professionals

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$3,00,000Penalty Imposed On US Company For Paying Low Wages To H-1B Employees

The US Department of Labour Wage and Hour Division has asked a Redmond-based IT staffing company to pay over $300,000 to its 12 H-1B employees for paying them below their salary and also slapped it with a penalty of $45,564

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Why It’s Essential For An Independent India To Focus On Cyber Security?

The government of India is also coming up with a legal framework to deal with cyber security attacks

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IT Industry Feeling 'Pinch Of Global Slowdown', Visa, Re-Skilling Challenges

Misconstruing mobility of skilled people as immigration issue is a deterrent to the growth of this global business resulting in many barriers to free movement of skill and data in the major markets

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Trump Prsidency Impact | Indian IT Under Pressure

Trump’s ‘America first’ rule and expected changes in H-1B and L-1 visas could drag down the bottom line of the industry

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Donald Trump Effect | Fearing Tighter US Visa Regime, Indian IT Firms Rush To Hire, Acquire

Anticipating a more protectionist US technology visa programme under a Donald Trump administration, India's $150 billion IT services sector will speed up acquisitions in the United States and recruit more heavily from college campuses there

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