What should H1B visa holders do to stay back amid mass layoffs under Elon Musk? Expert explains2 min read . Updated: 06 Nov 2022, 06:15 PM IST
Around 600 to 700 people who were working at Twitter were H1B visa holders, which is roughly around 8% of the total workforce
Following the Twitter layoff on Friday, the future of H1B visa holders is in limbo. In the next 60 days, they either have to find another company to sponsor their visas or leave the country. Forbes has cited that around 600 to 700 people who were working at Twitter were H1B visa holders, which is roughly around 8% to 10% of the total workforce. Though it is not exactly clear how many in this category have actually been handed the pink slip, the assumption is it's a significant chunk.
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