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USCIS Resumes the Premium Processing for H-1B applications March 14, 2019
USCIS Resumes the Premium Processing for H-1B applications

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services have begun the premium processing in respect of all H-1B petitions. This translates to a guaranteed processing time covering 15 days. In the other scenario, it will refund the premium processing fee to the petitioner.The reasonsUSCIS has re-opened the premium processing. Earl...

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A Startup agrees to finance H-1B visa holders and DACA recipients March 11, 2019
A Startup agrees to finance H-1B visa holders and DACA recipients

Many Indian students need financial help to pursue a master’s degree at the University level in the USA, but cannot apply for a student loan. They are forced to take a loan in India and pledge their home as collateral.Starting the journeyInspired by such experiences two persons have founded a startup, Stilt, which ...

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Launching a Petition on White House website for saving H-1B spouse work-permits March 09, 2019
Launching a Petition on White House website for saving H-1B spouse work-permits

The proposal to withdraw the authorization in H-4 spousal work is coming close to reality; the immigrant community is taking a few remedial steps. Spearheaded by people of Indian origin, it is working to ensure the continuity of the program, introduced by the past President Obama in 2015.Launching of a petitionThere ...

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US plans ending the work permits to spouses of H-1B visa holders February 28, 2019
US plans ending the work permits to spouses of H-1B visa holders

The spouses of a few visa holders in the USA, receiving permission to work, in a past rule, are very close for seeing the removal of their authorization.Presented to authoritiesRegulation for review was presented officially to the Office of Management and Budget as per the government database. Moreover, this shows that...

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H-1B Visas: US Shutdown Threatens the Status of Contractor Employees January 28, 2019
H-1B Visas: US Shutdown Threatens the Status of Contractor Employees

Employees of Federal contractors, on H-1B visas, have a risk of deportation if they receive the termination orders for lack of work.• Contractors still need to pay the employees, even when they do not work, or terminate them. The other scenario is to pay a stiff penalty.• An exodus of H-1B workers on a big scal...

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IT Industry in the USA has a mid-level talent crisis January 21, 2019
IT Industry in the USA has a mid-level talent crisis

Owing to the strict interpretations of rules which govern the H-1B work visa program Indian IT companies, as well as their customers, face a shortage of mid-level talent in the US.A major problemThere was a problem of talent at the entry-level in the US market always, had but Indians filled the middle layer with H-1B...

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US Ending Country Cap in Green Cards Will Help India and China January 03, 2019
US Ending Country Cap in Green Cards Will Help India and China

After the elimination of the country quotas from Green Cards, the present discrimination in the labour market will be over. As per a Congressional report, this will allow for the domination of India and China to gain American citizenship.Green Card is popularA Green Card permits a person to live /work permanently in ...

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H1B Visa has an impact and Indians seek Canadian Citizenship December 27, 2018
H1B Visa has an impact and Indians seek Canadian Citizenship

Presently, the United States is imposing severe rules regarding visas and immigration so that Indians remain away from arriving in the country.Canada is welcomingMoreover, Canada has continued to favour immigrants. 50 percent of Indians who migrated are now applying for Canadian Citizenship, after living for a specific...

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