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Last Updated : Jul 24, 2011 03:16 PM IST | Source: CNBC-TV18

Don'T expect to see any cap on B-1 visas, says NASSCOM

Sources at NASSCOM tell CNBC-TV18 that while they are yet to get any assurances from the US consulate on proposals submitted by them, the industry body has come out with a set of directives for its members, which NASSCOM feels will reduce visa rejection rates while IT companies wait for the comprehensive immigration bill in the US.


Indian IT companies have felt a pinch on their quarterly margins due to rising visa rejection rate and higher visa costs.


Sources at NASSCOM tell CNBC-TV18 that while they are yet to get any assurances from the US consulate on proposals submitted by them, the industry body has come out with a set of directives for its members, which NASSCOM feels will reduce visa rejection rates while IT companies wait for the comprehensive immigration bill in the US.

CNBC-TV18

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First Published on Jul 22, 2011 07:01 pm