With more and more difficulties in getting a H1-B visa, the US does not appear to be very welcoming to foreign skills, today. If you are willing to work abroad, then if not the US, where can you think of going and working? Here is the answer to your question:
You can apply for the Short-Term Skilled Occupational List (STSOL) and get a working visa of upto 2 years. You can also register for Medium and Long-Term Strategic Skills list (MLTSSL) or the Regional Occupational List (ROL) and can apply for up to 4 years.
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