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American IT industry calls for raising cap on H-1B visas

More than 545,000 tech jobs remain vacant in the US which is having a deep impact on Silicon Valley-based firms, American IT industry has said while arguing in favour of raising the cap on H-1B visas to attract brightest minds from across the globe.

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Federal court blocks Obama's immigration plan

A series of setbacks and delays in the key legal challenge to President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration could irreparably damage his legacy on the issue, even if the Supreme Court ultimately upholds his authority to act.

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Lawsuit for Unlawful Delays in EAD Filed

A new lawsuit alleges federal immigration officials routinely delay issuing employment authorization documents to eligible immigrants and fail to issue interim documents, thwarting their ability to work legally.

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Foreign Students Not a Threat, but an Advantage

An undeniable shift is taking place across U.S. campuses with the number of international students increasing rapidly. Between 2003 and 2013, the number of foreign students studying in the United States increased by 55 percent with continuing growth anticipated in the years ahead.
 

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H4 EAD Law suit is dead

Great news for H4 Visa Holders
 

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Beware this driver license mistake can deport you

There are many states where the application for a driver’s license also includes a section allowing applicants to register to vote.

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Green Card wait time for Indians upto 70 years

Professionally qualified Indians may have to wait as long as 70 years to get their Green Card in the US, a new study has said, amid growing concerns that the present country-specific quota policy poses a major hurdle in attracting talent from countries like India and China.

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Update on Lawsuit over H4 EAD

Yesterday was the hearing for the preliminary injunction over the DHS regulations authorizing work under H-4 visas (for the spouses of H-1B visa holders; some background on the lawsuit is here.) This hearing was not on the merits of the case – whether DHS is permitted by law to grant work authorization to H-4 visa holders – but rather whether implementation of the new regulations (which are scheduled to go into effect next week) should be put on hold until the lawsuit is resolved. Normally, each party spends 15 minutes answering the judge's questions. I was answering questions for 45 minutes.

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US offers to pay social security taxes back to Indians who work in the US for at least 4-5 years

NEW YORK: After five years, the US and India are back to the negotiating table on the contentious issue of a Totalization pact, which would entail giving back social security contributions to Indian workers who work temporarily in the country, and then return back to India.

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India sends more students than China to top countries for higher studies

WASHINGTON, DC: India sends the most number of students to the main English-speaking countries for higher studies, outpacing China for the first time, according to a report by a New Delhi-based company.

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