Now US visa will be easy for these people, the effect of American tour is visible
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on his US tour. During this, he will discuss many important issues with US President Joe Biden. An important issue in these discussions is also the visa process and waiting time for the United States. India can also benefit in this matter from PM Modi’s visit. According to the information, the US government is going to make it much easier for some people to go and live in the United States. This important decision of the Biden administration will make it easier for Indians to live and work in America.
Please tell, at present it takes more than 6 months for US visa approval. However, after the meeting of Biden and PM Modi, the hassle of this waiting period can be ended. Some skilled people will get the benefit of this.
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It will be easier for Indians to live in America
According to sources, the State Department may soon announce that some Indian and other foreign workers on H1-B visas will be able to renew their visas in the US without traveling abroad. Under the pilot, it can be expanded in the coming years.
Let us tell you, Indian citizens were using American H1-B the most till now. Last year, about 73% i.e. 442,000 Indian citizens have reached America under H1-B visa. According to a United States official, the time taken for the US visa is important and they are trying to reduce it.
Every year 65 thousand people get H1-B visa
Every year, the US government grants US visas to 65000 skilled professionals. This includes companies like TCS, Infosys, Amazon, Alphabet which look for Indian people in America. Along with this, extra 20,000 visas are given for degree holders. Please tell, this visa lasts for three years. However, after the visa process becomes easier, it can be renewed for the next three years without travel.
According to the statistics of the US government, in recent years the maximum number of H1-B visas have been received by those who are working in companies like Meta, TCS, Infosys. Now after the visa expires, they will be able to renew their visa for the next three years without traveling abroad.
One in five US student visa holders is an Indian
America claims to have issued record visas for Indian students. According to the data released by the embassy, the US Embassy in India has issued more than 1,25,000 student visas which is record breaking. US Ambassador to India Eric Garcetti said on Wednesday that in 2022, one in every five US student visas will be issued in India. The US Embassy recently celebrated the annual Student Visa Day across the country, during which 3500 Indian student visa applicants were interviewed by consultants in Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Mumbai.