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Top 5 Companies That Are Prohibited From Applying For H-1B Visas

Top 5 Companies That Are Prohibited From Applying For H-1B Visas

The victory of Donald Trump in the US presidential election can be defined as a turning point for the IT sectors. This caused nightmare for all the leading IT companies. The US President-elect has forbidden the companies to use the H-1B visas for exporting American jobs to India. Now, Indian IT sector is the biggest recipient of these visas.

Well, only time will decide if Trump will be as dangerous as he sounds for the outsourcing industry. The thought for this is divided among the experts. Some say that he may be the nightmare, many people want to stay away from, for H-1B visas; while others comment that his anti-H-1B decision is just for time being and name sake.

If this decision of anti-H-1B visas is made live, following companies will suffer the most.

Anthony Information Technology Inc.

Employer willful violator: Affirmative
Debarment interval: May 11, 2015 to May 10, 2017
Address: Pennsylvania, US

Autobuses Ejecutivos, LLC d/b/a Omnibus Express

Employer willful violator: Affirmative
Debarment interval: September 24, 2015 to September 23, 2017
Address: Texas, US

Amazing Apple Inc. d/b/a Blue Bel

Employer willful violator: Affirmative
Debarment interval: February 25, 2015 to February 24, 2017
Address: New Jersey, US

Clinron LLC

Employer willful violator: Affirmative
Debarment interval
: September 21, 2015 to September 20, 2017
Address: Illinois, US

Care Worldwide Inc (and Raina Massey individually)

Employer willful violator: Affirmative
Debarment interval: September 24, 2015 to September 23, 2017
Address
: New Jersey, US

Well, it is now solely dependent on the new President of the US whether to have mercy on the IT sector or not.

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