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Ibero America Has A Study Abroad Destination Capital May 21, 2018
Ibero America Has A Study Abroad Destination Capital

Buenos Aires, Argentina’s capital, was just crowned the most happening and desirable study destination for international students in Ibero America, a region that comprises of Latin America, Spain, and Portugal. 2018 Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Best Student Cities gave the rank to Buenos Aires and describ...

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Barack Obama’s Start-up Program Failed May 09, 2018
Obama’s Start-up Program Failed

Former US president, Barack Obama, launched the US Start-up Program just before he left the office and Donald Trump became the president of the United States. Ever since the end of 2016 and until now, only ten start-up visas were issued and we obviously know the reason behind it. US president Trump doesn’t really wan...

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USCIS Received More H1B visa Applications May 02, 2018
USCIS Received More H1B visa Applications

USCIS received more than 65,000 H1B visa applications for the 16th year in row ever since the yearly cap was introduced in 1990. The government agency announced on April 6, 2018, that they received congressionally-mandated 65,000 H1B visa cap for 2019 financial year that will begin in October 2018. The spokesperson als...

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Indian Old Medical Visa Need Changes for Better Reputation March 13, 2018
Indian Old Medical Visa Need Changes for Better Reputation

The government of India started the medical visa thinking it would boost medical tourism since people get world class quality service at much lower rates as compared to developed countries like the US. Also, people from India’s neighboring countries including Bangladesh, Nepal, and Pakistan visit the country for gett...

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Trump Discuss Immigration and Border Security with Mexican President March 07, 2018
Trump Discuss Immigration and Border Security with Mexican President

US president, Donald Trump, talked with the Mexican president, Enrique Peña Nieto, and gave condolences for the lives lost when a military helicopter crashed in Oaxaca, killing 13 people and injuring 13. The incident occurred in the last week when the military was assessing the region, which was hit by 7.2 magnitude e...

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Now Malaysians can Renew US Work Visa through Mail February 28, 2018
Now Malaysians can Renew US Work Visa through Mail

Earlier, Malaysians holding US work visa had to make an appointment online to visit the United States Embassy in their home country, but now they can directly send their documents by mail. This exclusive service is eligible only for those who have a valid US visa, or it has expired in the 12 months. Even regular Malays...

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Tech Industry Confronts New Visa Guidelines April 11, 2017
Tech Industry Confronts New Visa Guidelines

The present government of the United States is looking to reshape its H-1B program for highly skilled international employees. The duration period for application for the hiring company driven permit was made open on Monday, and as early as Friday, all of the 85,000 available spaces were taken up. What this entail...

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H-1B Visa Curb Could Benefit These Countries April 08, 2017
H-1B Visa Curb Could Benefit These Countries

Countries such as Singapore and Poland are set to benefit from the increasingly difficult processes associated with the permit acquisition of the United States; the latest report told journalists. Those nations and a host of other like Finland and Taiwan are primed to gain in attracting experts in different fields ...

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