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US Embassy in South Africa Advises the Visa Applicants to Apply Early June 10, 2019
US Embassy in South Africa Advises the Visa Applicants to Apply Early

The US Embassy, located in South Africa, has asked its residents, intending to Plan a trip to the US, to apply for the visas quickly for avoiding a long wait. The embassy stated that the processing of visa applications at US consulates, located in Cape Town, Johannesburg, and Durban is efficient.The DetailsAdditiona...

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The Populus Group in US Will Pay $1.1 Million Backwages to H1B Workers June 06, 2019
The Populus Group in US Will Pay $1.1 Million Backwages to H1B Workers

Following the investigation of the Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor, an American employment service company in Troy, Michigan, was in agreement to pay, USD 1.1 million as back wages to 594 H-1B employees. Many of these are top skilled IT professionals from India.The DetailsThe Populus Group failed to...

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Draft Rule Changes Work Permit Rules for Spouses of H-1B Visa Holders May 27, 2019
Draft Rule Changes Work Permit Rules of Spouses of H-1B Visa Holders

The US government proposes to introduce new visa norms. Additionally, it has a plan to strip the work permits benefitting the spouses of H-1B visa holders’ under H-4 visas in the country.The DetailsThis announcement came in a webpage from the agenda of the federal government. It states that there is a plan to pub...

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Merit-Based Immigration Will Benefit US May 21, 2019
Merit-Based Immigration Will Benefit US

The US President Donald Trump has made a remark regarding the merit-based immigration system which can help skilled persons, foreigners, and professional Indians to attain Green Cards or permanent residence in a legal way. After this decision of President, there is immigration reform. The quota of skilled workers is ...

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US Proposes to Increase H-1B Application Fee - Labor Secretary May 08, 2019
US Proposes to Increase H-1B Application Fee - Labor Secretary

The US has a plan of increasing the application fee for the H-1B visa as a way of increasing the availability of funds for the Apprentice Program.The DetailsThis was stated by Alexander Acosta, the Labor Secretary. He was testifying in front of the Congressional committee on the Department of Labor budget for the FY ...

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The US Proposes Adding 30,000 Visas for Seasonal Workers in this Week May 07, 2019
The US Proposes Adding 30,000 Visas for Seasonal Workers in this Week

The US administration has a plan of allowing 30,000 overseas workmen temporarily. They will help to carry out seasonal work in the country at the end of September. This reflects that the booming economy has complicated Presidential efforts in restricting legal immigration.The DetailsThe plan will benefit fisheries, o...

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Latest Developments for US H-1B Visa Holders, Regarding Switching Jobs April 29, 2019
Latest Developments for US H-1B Visa Holders, Regarding Switching Jobs

There have been Latest developments for H-1B visa holders in the US in the matter of switching jobs. It deals with the issue of obtaining a new job similar to the old which requires similar skills.Specialty Occupation ClauseThe US Citizenship and Immigration Service make an objection on applications of the new employ...

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USA: New Merit-based Immigration Plan May Escalate Highly-Skilled Workers April 25, 2019
USA: New Merit-based Immigration Plan May Escalate Highly-Skilled Workers

A merit-based immigration plan being put together by Jared Kushner, White House senior adviser it could lead to an escalation in US visas for extremely skilled workers, sources revealed on 24 Apr 2019.Merit-based Immigration ProposalKushner is assumed to present the whole plan next week to US President Trump, who wil...

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