The United States said today that it was not considering changing H1B visa rules, forcing half of the country’s Indian workers to leave. The clarification came as a result of media reports of a proposed tweak in the laws, which sparked strong opposition from Indians, advocacy groups and a section of US lawmakers. The tweak, according to the report, was part of President Donald Trump’s “Buy American, Hire American” initiative, which could lead to the deportation of 7.50,000 Indians, most of whom were working as technicians.