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150 Hyderabad students facing deportation from New Zealand

Nearly 150 students from Hyderabad are facing crisis situation in New Zealand after the government served deportation notices to them. The students had used fake documents in their student visa applications.

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Indian-American arrested in US on H1B visa fraud

Indian-American Sowrabh Sharma, who recruited foreign workers mainly from India with purported IT expertise, was arrested on Monday on the charges of H-1B visa fraud, the New Jersey Department of Justice said.

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There is No Grace Period – Work Location Change and Filing an H-1B Amendment

USCIS’ Final Guidance on When to File an Amended Petition After Matter of Simeio Solutions, LLC requires an H-1B amendment to be filed when an H-1B employee is moved to a new place of employment (not covered by an existing, approved H-1B petition).

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Court ruling puts future of H-1B lottery in doubt

The U.S. government's attempt to stop a lawsuit challenging the legality of the H-1B lottery was rejected Thursday by a federal court judge.

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This professor has predicted the winner of every presidential election since 1984. He thinks Trump will win.

One history professor at American University has developed a presidential prediction system that has correctly forecasted the last eight presidential election winners. And this year, Professor Allan Lichtman said all signs are pointing to a Donald Trump victory.

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Apartment fight turns deadly near University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign campus; victim was slain while taking a walk

​An argument at an apartment party turned deadly near the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign campus, police said — with one killed and four wounded by overnight gunfire.

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Judge Denies Govt. Motion to Dismiss H-1B Lottery Lawsuit - Tenrec, Inc., v. USCIS

Judge Denies Govt. Motion to Dismiss H-1B Lottery Lawsuit - Tenrec, Inc., v. USCIS 

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Education Department Strips Authority of Largest For-Profit Accreditor

The Department of Education officially stripped the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools – the largest accrediting agency of for-profit colleges and universities – of its authority Thursday, handing down the final blow in a long controversy over the council's ability to be an effective watchdog for students and billions of taxpayer dollars.

 

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Udemy co-founder was rejected for H-1B visa, but with partner raised $173 million

After trying and failing to get Udemy off the ground in Turkey, Bali and Cağlar headed to the United States in 2009. Both knew that in the U.S., specifically Silicon Valley, they could gain the support and traction that Udemy needed. 

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FIU student found dead in his dorm room

Miami-Dade police are investigating the death of a student Thursday in a dorm room at Florida International University’s Modesto A. Maidique Campus.

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