Students barred from entry to the US for five to 15 years can reapply for fresh visa even as the process could be long and expensive said Michael Pelletier, Deputy Chief of Mission, US Diplomatic Mission to India here on Tuesday.
Across campus, students clad in suits run to and from interviews at the Office of Career Strategy on the third floor of 55 Whitney Ave. It is internship season, and students are busy browsing Yale’s Symplicity website and drafting plans for the summer.
It’s that time of year again. Thousands of employers are gearing up to prepare petitions on April 1 to enter the H-1B lottery. At stake is the chance to obtain one of the 85,000 coveted employment-based visas available for the upcoming year.
A month after the Indian students were deported from the US, the Telangana government has finally responded and assured to take up the issue with the External Affairs Ministry (MEA) and the US government, if the students furnish the details.
Raking up the issue of students' deportation from the United States of America, the Telangana government has now sought the intervention of the Union ministry of external affairs and the US government on the matter.
As many have noticed, the processing of H-1B extensions at the California Service Center and Vermont Service Center continue to be extremely slow, and the backlog is causing significant hardships for those affected individuals.
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Between 1990 and 2000, Louisville’s foreign-born population more than doubled. Between 2000 and 2012, the foreign-born population accounted for nearly half (48.1 precent) of Louisville’s population growth, and over the past five years, all net migration to Jefferson County has been due to international immigration.
A Fortune 500 energy company in the US has been accused of replacing American employees with low-wage H-1B workers, including Indians.
Technology workers fighting the extension of optional practical training for certain foreign students made their final pitch to the D.C. Circuit on Wednesday, arguing the federal government has attacked their case with invented arguments.