Originally posted by RamD RamD:
Currently I am working with one of good (will) Indian company.
My company has filled my H1B for this year (2007 Oct).
Consider a case that I will not get any onsite chance (USA) till 2008 Oct.
1) In this case, How to take a transfer at new company which belongs to USA directly?
2) Or I need to apply for new H1B Application again?
3) Is it possible to transfer the H1B to some other Indian company, even if I do not go to USA anytime?
Please guide me to resolve queries?
Originally posted by Saliya Jinadasa:
I worked in Singapore for almost 7 years as a Java/J2EE Developer. People tend to work long hours there. I felt work places lacked efficiency. One notable difference is that I have not seen smart developers throughout my career there, only a few good once worth taking note of.
Now I work in Australia and I can clearly see the difference in work cultures. Here people have more respect for one another, more prfessional, do not work long hours, know how to balance personal life with professional life. Most importantly I have seen very smart people and working with them has been an absolute pleasure.
Originally posted by Amit Saini:
The candidate could be a fresh-out-of-college grad with no experience and yet be classified as a valid H1 candidate. 'Highly specialized knowledge' is a subjective term. For the INS, in this case, higher education (BS/MS) contributes towards that. If it did not, foreign students would stop spending a ton of money to get US degrees.