With uncertainties surrounding Covid-19 travel restrictions, Indian work visa holders are finding alternate routes.
Support groups formed, fundraisers launched for families of Indian Americans falling to Covid in India.
Indian H-1B, L1 visa holders find alternate ways to come to America beating Covid travel ban.
With husband away, wife risks losing her job and his son is missing doctors’ appointments.
Uses city-to-city connection to help India in heartbreaking crisis.
Outbreaks anywhere threaten recovery everywhere, says Indian American lawmaker.
Payal Raj, an H-4 visa holder who is unable to join her family in the US because travel restrictions, describes her plight.
Helping India in US national interest; ask US to share with India surplus AstraZeneca vaccine.
The Biden Administration would have to go beyond supporting the vaccines already in use in this country and need an “all of the above” approach.
Political decisions based on ignorance, arrogance, and self-interest have hurt the country during the year and a half of the pandemi.
Indian American Tampa resident shares with the American Bazaar his harrowing experience on a visit to India.
Indian American physicians seek blanket immunity and indemnification for helping Covid-19 patients in India.
Sending 1,000 ventilators, 25,000 oxygen concentrators, sets up HR network for supporting employees in India.
Des Moines, Iowa, -based Foundation exploring alternative routes from US, China, India to provide timely help.
Largest ethnic medical organization in the US leading relief efforts on several fronts.
Remembering India’s help in hour of need, US determined to do everything for it, says Blinken.
Many Indians on H-1B, L-1 and spouses with dependent visa stuck in India.
The pharmaceutical giant has emphasized it is waiting for India to approve its Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine for use in the country.
Covid travel bans don’t seem to have dampened enthusiasm for their favorite study destination.
Indiaspora opens ChaloGive.org platform after raising $1 million at May 1 virtual event.
Students with valid F-1 and M-1 visas may enter US only 30 days before start of studies.
Representatives of many global media organizations have been covering crowded, noisy and aggressive campaigning in Indian states for months.
Hundreds of visa holders are currently stuck in India.
Indiaspora, which raised over $1 million, will host “Help India Breathe” virtual event, on May 1, to double the impact of relief efforts.
American India Foundation also shipping 500 oxygen concentrators,