Tech Layoffs Send H-1B Visa Holders Scrambling for New Jobs

Recent layoffs in the American tech sector have sent hundreds of H-1B visa holders scrambling for new jobs, with thousands fearing the same chase.
Major tech firms have left many foreign tech workers with temporary work visas in the United States with only two months to find a job, or they will will be forced to leave the country, Bloomberg reported.
More than a dozen terminated H-1B workers recently spoke with Bloomberg, after requesting anonymity to prevent retaliation from former employers or to protect their job search efforts.
Unemployed H-1B holders are legally allowed to remain in the United States for only 60 days to find a new employer to sponsor them….

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