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10 Universities That Offer International Students the Most Aid

Among the schools that gave the most financial aid to international students, the average award was $54,718. Skidmore College is the most generous institution for giving financial aid to international students, according to U.S. News data.

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4 international students killed when duck boat, charter bus collide in Seattle

A duck boat tour vehicle and a charter bus carrying foreign students to a college orientation event collided on a busy Seattle bridge Thursday, killing four students and injuring dozens of others.

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OPT STEM Updates UHCL

OPT STEM News from UHCL

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TCS' discrimination case in US might reopen

A US court has refused to dismiss a case filed by an ex-employee of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) against the company, alleging discrimination.

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Congress set to make the H-1B visa less costly for India


Congress is set to drop a $2,000 H-1B visa fee mostly paid by India-based IT services providers. It's a move being met with incredulity by H-1B critics, but relief by the Indian offshore industry.

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Modi's Facebook visit shows what India might lose if Trump wins

As Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi tours Facebook's Silicon Valley headquarters this weekend, he'll be stepping into the heart of the U.S. immigration debate.

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Wright State University Provost Fired in Wake of H-1B Probe

Wright State University, in southwest Ohio, has announced that its foreign-worker visa program is under federal investigation and that it has disciplined three administrators, including its Indian American provost, in connection with the probe.

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Obama figures out a way to get more foreign workers for U.S. tech giants

In another extension of American benefits to foreign workers, the Obama administration has begun reinterpreting existing immigration law in order to funnel even more cheap foreign labor to U.S. technology companies — companies that have lobbied hard for the favor.

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Government shutdown possible: immigration delays

If Congress is unable to arrive at an agreement on the 2016 federal budget, the Federal government may shut down, resulting in the suspension of some immigration services.

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Indian IT Firm to Face Discrimination Claims

A federal judge ruled that claims an Indian consulting company is racially discriminatory in hiring its U.S. workforce may proceed in court.

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