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Will revoke work permits to H-4 visa holders within 3 months, Trump administration tells court

The Trump administration told a federal court that its decision to revoke work permits to H-4 visas holders, who are primarily spouses of H-1B foreign guest workers, is expected within the next three months.

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Infosys to open Tech Hub in Arizona by 2023

Country’s second largest IT company Infosys has announced that it will open its next Technology and Innovation Hub in the state of Arizona in US and hire 1,000 Americans in the state by 2023.

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New bill in US Congress seeks to allow F-1 visa holders to apply for green card

A new bill in the United States Congress seeks to allow students on F-1 visas to seek permanent resident status “while a student or during Optional Practical Training.”

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Slowdown in rate of growth of international students applying to work in US

International students aren’t applying to stay in the US to work as much as they used to, data from Pew Research Center showed.

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New H-1B Rule: Bad News for Large Tech Companies?


If the Trump administration gets its way, H-1B visas will soon depend on the relationship a potential employee has with the company.

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In limbo, some families in the US with H-1B visas begin to make other plans

She was 23 and not allowed to work in 2005 when she first came to the United States.

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How America Will Win the Global War for Talent

All things being equal in your personal life, would you rather have more money than less? More assets and resources, or be forced to scrounge? Obvious answers, right?

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The US’s broken immigration system is helping two Kentucky Universities enroll thousands of students

By day, Swamy works full-time as a software developer in New York City. Late at night and over the weekends he’s a full-time university student, taking courses online. 

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Suspension of Premium Processing: Another Attack On the H-1B Program

The Trump administration has restricted the H-1B program by making it harder for employers to obtain an approval. It has done this without changing the law through Congress or amending any rule.  Routine H-1B visa petitions that were previously approvable are now subject to difficult to overcome Requests for Evidence. Even after valiantly submitting evidence to overcome an RFE, the H-B petition is more susceptible to being denied.

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H-1B approval for CP where F-1 out of status from Post OPT CPT in the same degree level as OPT

An H-1B beneficiary should be prepared to consular process the H-1B where U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) approves the underlying petition but denies a change of status request. 

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