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HCL Technologies to hire 12,000 employees in the US over next 5 years

IT services major HCL Technologies (HCL) has announced plans to create 12,000 new jobs in the United States in the next five years.

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Can I Change Status from F-1 to E-2?

F-1 visa is a great visa for students who want to study in the U.S. We often get asked whether someone who is in the U.S. on an OPT status can change status to E-2.

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DOES A LAY-OFF AFFECT YOUR EMPLOYMENT-BASED VISA?

A work visa allows you to enter the United States temporarily. You may even be able to bring your spouse and your minor children with you. Employment-based visas are a popular and effective means of entering the United States, but they have many limitations.

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JPMorgan hikes some software engineering salaries to $300k

It's happening. After increasing salaries for first year analysts in the investment banking division, banks are also raising salaries in the area where talent is at its tightest: software developers are finally getting some love.

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A statistic for techies: US H1-B visa holders count drops to a decadal low

Number of people working under H1-B visa program, who are mostly Indians holding high-tech jobs, dropped to a decadal low, according to Bloomberg analysis of data from US labour department.

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How to Handle an RFE or NOID

A Request for Evidence or RFE is a second chance to get your case approved by USCIS. A Request for Evidence or RFE is a second chance to get your case approved by USCIS.  If USCIS determines that the initial application did not contain all required initial evidence or that the evidence submitted does not demonstrate eligibility, an RFE will be issued asking the applicant or petitioner to submit additional documentation.

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COVID-19: New testing protocols to take effect Monday, Dec. 6

The U.S.’ new pre-departure COVID-19 testing protocols for inbound international air travelers will take effect on Monday, Dec. 6.

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What If I Forgot to Tell USCIS that I Changed My Address?

It’s common for lawful permanent residents (LPR) to move around, whether they move homes in a nearby area or move across the country for a work-related opportunity. However, it is vital that lawful permanent residents inform the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) when they change their address. Failing to do so could result in serious consequences.

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USCIS Reaches Settlement Agreement for H-1B Petitions in Madkudu v. USCIS

USCIS entered into a settlement agreement in Madkudu v. USCIS that may signal changes in how USCIS will determine which positions qualify as a “specialty occupation” for H-1B purposes.

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College seniors hitting the job market should follow these tips

University of Rochester’s career center director says the pandemic has opened up new opportunities for recent college graduates, but they must be flexible.

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