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Eight International UCSB Students Unable To Begin Fall Quarter Amidst Visa Difficulties

Eight UC Santa Barbara international students will not be able to enter the country in time for the beginning of Fall Quarter 2019 due to federal restrictions on visa applications – eight of what seems to be dozens of international college students across the country. 

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Bill on immigration fails to get unanimous consent in US

A bill that would have removed the country cap on issuing green cards, a move that would have benefited Indian nationals, was blocked in the US senate on Thursday.

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DHS issuing dummy dates for immigration court

Immigrants are being issued notices to appear (NTA) in immigration court containing "dummy dates." 

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Government Forced to Release H-1B Delaying and Denying Tactics

Since 2017, USCIS under the Trump Administration has essentially directed its adjudicators to find ways to deny H-1B petitions. 

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Additional Degrees Get STEM Designation

Degree programs in Georgia Tech’s Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts and College of Design have been updated to reflect their emphasis on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

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Universities Disturbed by Visa Delays

Universities argue that mounting uncertainty is hurting their ability to attract and retain international students and faculty. 

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5 Reasons Why You Should Do A STEM-Designated MBA

Some US schools are starting to offer STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) tracks on MBA programs.

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H-1B Wage Level and Specialty Occupation Documents Released in FOIA Lawsuit

On behalf of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the American Immigration Council (the Council), filed a FOIA lawsuit last year to compel the release of records concerning USCIS’s adjudication of H-1B petitions, in particular how the wage level annotated on the Labor Condition Application (Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, or Level 4) may impact the adjudication of petitions for H-1B classification and how USCIS determines whether a position is a “specialty occupation.”

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USCIS Documents Reveal The Sources Of Trump H-1B Visa Restrictions

ew government documents reveal the increase in denials and Requests for Evidence for H-1B petitions are part of an effort by U.S. 

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