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FM Jaitley raises H1-B Visa issue with US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross

All India Radio Friday, 21 April 2017
FM Jaitley raises H1-B Visa issue with US Commerce Secretary Wilbur RossFinance Minister, Arun Jaitley, has strongly raised the H-1B visa issue with US Commerce Secretary, Wilbur Ross.In their meeting in Washington, Jaitley told Ross about the contribution of highly skilled Indians in the economic development of the United States and India and stressed that they should continue to do so, which is in the best interest of the two countries.
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