India isn't happy about proposed U.S. immigration bill

04/15/2013 | Computerworld

A comprehensive U.S. immigration bill isn't likely to be welcomed by offshore outsourcing firms in India, which make half their revenue from U.S.-based customers and rely heavily on H-1B tech visas to provide such services, Patrick Thibodeau writes. The bill proposes higher wages for visa holders and fewer visas for those consulting firms. One India industry group leader calls the legislation "discriminatory."

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