Quote:While you venture to begin your undergraduate degree, keep in mind that short hand and SMSism is looked down upon in the classroom and also here, on this site. In future, do use full words as many in our community come from various parts of the world. Best of Luck with your visa and career pursuits.
Quote:Just for the benefit of new visitors to this thread, an update on this issue. It appears that since February 2011 spouses of expats on an employment visa can now convert their X visas into an employment visa without having to leave India.
India's Ministry of Home Affairs has issued new guidelines on work-related visas, stating that it is now possible to convert an X entry visa (issued for dependants of employees) into an employment visa without leaving India. Previously, if the dependent spouse of a foreign national employee in India found employment, he/she was required to exit India, apply for a new employment visa in his/her own right, and re-enter with the new visa.
Full details available here : http://www.relocatemagazine.com/immi...stem-announced
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