U.S-India Outsourcing Economy

Trump’s DHS Starts to Import 85,000 H-1B Graduate Gig Workers

President Donald Trump’s deputies announced Friday that they had begun the process of importing 85,000 H-1B gig workers to take white-collar jobs that will be needed after October by the millions of American graduates who are now losing jobs in the coronavirus crash.

Staff at work in the Boatsetter office, a South Florida based boat-renting tech company on August 7, 2019 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. - Strategically positioned, South Florida is a growing hub for startups and tech companies where unicorns are called, at least by one of the accelator companies in the …

USCIS Agency Rejects More H-1B Visa Workers

Agency officials have nudged down the renewal rate for foreign H-1B outsourcing workers, so providing some support for many American professionals who are being squeezed by the one-two punch of 800,000 H-1B visa workers and Indian discrimination.

In this photo taken on January 10, 2019, employees of education technology start-up Byju's work on content development for the app at their office in Bangalore. - From a multi-billion-dollar education startup to wired-up mannequins, technology is helping to revolutionise the way Indian schoolchildren are learning -- provided their parents …