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Report Says In Previous Year Over 21,000 Indians Overstayed Visas in the US August 08, 2018
Over 21,000 Indians overstayed visas in US last year: Report

In the preceding year 2017, higher than 21,000 Indians who were assumed to leave the US at the end of their permissible limits remained their visas, as per the contemporary official report. While the Indians percentage who are overstaying and not leaving the U.S after their visas expiry is not quite high correlated t...

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USA wants ACLU to take firm steps to reunite separated families August 04, 2018
USA wants For More Immigration News & Updates FACLU to take firm steps to reunite separated families

DetailsThe Trump administration, as well as the American Civil Liberties Union, has revealed different plans, regarding reuniting many immigrant children with parents, who were deported after the families were forced to separate at the U.S.-Mexico border.President Trump has put the burden on the ACLU, and has also as...

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Indian Students Most favorite Destination is Still USA July 30, 2018
US Remains Most Preferred Destination for Indian Student

About 7,52,725 Indian students fare presently reading abroad in 90 nations, as per the data from the External Affairs Indian Ministry.The U.S remains to be the common sought-after goal for students of India, subsequently by Australia and Canada, sequentially, as per the data presented by the government of India. As...

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President Trump backs down regarding meddling by Russia in US elections July 20, 2018
President Trump backs down regarding meddling by Russia in US elections

US President Trump is on the defensive after undertaking the European trip. Trump also said, after reviewing the transcript at the Joint Press Conference with President Putin, about his misspeaking. He has spoken about his comments to favor the denial of Putin regarding the assessment by US intelligence that Russia h...

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US Officers gain extra powers in visa issues July 17, 2018
US Officers gain extra powers in visa issues

The US administration has decided to give arbitrary powers to officials for rejecting requests seeking fresh H-1B work visas or extensions. This measure will impact adversely on the revival of business of Indian outsourcing companies in the market.Tata Consultancy Services and Infosys state that the US market is go...

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Trump Administration Undecided on Future of Spouses of H-1B Visa-Holders July 05, 2018
Trump Administration Undecided on Future of Spouses of H-1B Visa-Holders

DetailsPresently Spouses of H-1B visa holders can work. There is an ambiguity on the working status of spouses of H-1B visa holders still persists. The Trump Administration is undecided regarding their future.A study claimed that in case of cancellation of H-4 visa; the impact on the US economy will be negative. For ...

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Plan of US to End Work Visas for Spouses of H-1B Holders - Deadline Missed July 04, 2018
Plan of US to End Work Visas for Spouses of H-1B Holders - Deadline Missed

InformationThe decision of President Trump, to revoke H-4 visas, for spouses of H-1B visa holders, has missed yet another deadline.This is happening for the second time in 2018. The administration failed to issue the notification on the decision regarding terminating the work authorization of H-4 visa holders, who ar...

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A Report says Strict H-1B visa rules hit margins of Indian IT companies June 28, 2018
A Report says Strict H-1B visa rules hit margins of Indian IT companies

The ReportAs per a report Strict H-1B work visa norms applied by USA, will put pressure on the cost of the Indian firms providing IT services. Additionally they will also impact on their margins owing to growth in compliance and increase in onsite hiring. Such impacts will be specific to the companies and relate to d...

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