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Old November 5th, 2017, 07:57 PM
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Re: H-1B Reform Still Lingers for Trumpís White House

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Originally Posted by sarv_shaktimaan View Post
This is what Iím seeing and my predictions..

1. Most f-1 opt students who got picked in h-1b lottery .. got wage level rfeís (request for evidence) and going back home or studying further or exploring other options. US will see sharp decline in students from India, China from Spring 2018 onwards.. better to try Australia, Canada, Germany, UK, etc

2. H-1B reform will hurt both Indian IT as well as big corps of USA pretty bad.. anyways, due to Trump the big companies are starting to cut spending .. never knowing what will happen next.. we are heading into recession by mid to end of next year.. so hold on tight, itís gonna be a rough ride.
H1B is going to be a cause of concern for Silicon Valley. I live here and I know. The insanely complicated and long Green Card process not only deprives good engineers from planning their life here but also prevents them from changing jobs and working for the best companies. Entrepreneurship goes out the door because you can have a great idea but you cannot execute on it as you are on H1B.
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