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No information about limiting the number of H-1B visas from the US: the government

new Delhi : 
The Foreign Ministry said on Thursday that it did not get any information about the US plan to limit the number of H-1B visas in the case of countries compulsory to keep data locally. Last year, the government has asked companies to provide payment services to keep all the information and data related to the citizens of India in India. These information will not be seen abroad. Some American companies have opposed this move of the Indian government as they have to make additional investment. In a media report it has been said that Indian Government is considering to limit the number of H-1B visas by getting annoyed with this provision of the government. 

No information about limiting the number of H-1B visas from the US: the government
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This visa is given to professionals from other countries who work in America. Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravi Kumar said that he has not received any information from the US on this issue. He said, "We have not been officially told by the American side. We will continue to contact with America on this matter ' This information was given by Ravi Kumar in a press conference organized by US Foreign Minister Mike Pompeio on 25 to 27 June between India and India. India has been raising the issue of tightening the rules for H-1B visas and L1 visas. Indian software engineers have been receiving huge number of H-1B visas. The commerce ministry sources also said that no message was received from the US on the H-1B visa case.  
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Nasscom also warned against limiting the number of H1-visas to the US-based organization of information technology. He said that this will affect US companies because they get skilled professionals through this visa. In April last year, the Reserve Bank of India asked the companies engaged in payment business to keep the information of customers specially on the local server. For the compliance of this order, the companies were given a strict deadline of six months. It has been said that companies like Visa and MasterCard could not comply with the timing. 

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