Posts Tagged ‘ H1b visa ’

Who Wants To Become A US Citizen?

July 21, 2010
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Who Wants To Become A US Citizen?

Tweet Check out the following picture to, well, get the real picture. (Click on the link to go to the original graphic. It’s bulky, at over 2 mb) Mike Flynn, Shikha Dalmia, and Terry Colon bring us the entire story of US Immigration. Check out the original post here. Basically, you are screwed if...
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Posted in America, Indians Abroad | 7 Comments »

The Travails of an India Returnee

May 15, 2009
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Tweet Rajesh, one of Akhil‘s closest buddies from grad school, recently quit his job at a Midwestern technology firm to move to this top tier tech company in Bangalore. Akhil managed to catch him on Yahoo messenger during one of his late nights at the office, and thought he’d share some news that would...
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Posted in Return To India, Short Stories | 16 Comments »

Brain Drain – Reversed

March 18, 2009
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Tweet For many years commentators have lamented how India has lost its brightest brains to the west – the phenomenon lovingly referred to as the Brain Drain. It appears that we are seeing another trend these days…the brains that had gotten drained seem to be heading back to India. There’s new phraseology in town:...
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Posted in Indians Abroad, Return To India | 25 Comments »

H4 Husbands

March 6, 2009
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Tweet Asha and Ravi were a happy couple. After an agonizing year and a half of misery living as an H4 wife, Asha had finally got her H1 visa. She had found a job with a high school in New York city who filed for her H1 visa. She was lucky and the visa...
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Posted in Indians Abroad, Short Stories | 23 Comments »

American Dream/Desi Consulting

January 15, 2009
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American Dream/Desi Consulting

Tweet As the air hostess handed over the immigration forms, Rajat felt a daze from the blood rushing to his head. His dream was coming true, at last. Ever since he had gotten into engineering and heard all those stories of Indians going to America to live out their american dream, he had had...
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