If this law becomes law, then it will help 3,000,000 Indian H-1B temporary work visa holders who are currently in various stages of the process of getting green cards in the US.
New York: The US Representative has passed a bill aimed at helping Indian technology professionals get permanent residence, which will end their waiting period for a decade. However, it is facing an unpredictable disorder in the Senate. The bill sponsored by 311 delegates of both parties was accepted on Wednesday. This will eliminate the limitations on the number of permanent residues i.e. obtaining a green card for one year.
If this law becomes law, then it will help 3,000,000 Indian H-1B temporary work visa holders who are currently in various stages of the process of getting green cards in the US. Under the present system, people of any country can get only 7% of the total 26,000 green cards annually. This range is for large countries like India and China, it is for a small country like Maldives and Luxemburg.
In this quote, Indian technology professionals and other qualified persons have to wait 10 years to obtain permanent residence, while they are already on temporary H-1B work visas and they are about their families and future prospects. Not sure about the uncertainties in Must have to undergo a round.
Officially this bill has been called Fairness for the High-Skilled Immigrants Act 2019, which calls for the removal of the green card limit, and during the first two years it has been said that 85 percent of the green card is for people of India Is provided. China. After this, it has been said that 90% of the third year should be provided to resolve the pending cases. Democrats have 224 and Republicans have 140 votes in favor of the House.