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Immigration Talk - Radio: H4 EAD, H1B, Citizenship, H4 to F1, OPT, CARRP

Immigration Talk - Radio: H4 EAD, H1B, Citizenship, H4 to F1, OPT, CARRP

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So You've Lost the H-1B Lottery: Now What?

March 15 — With hundreds of thousands of H-1B petitions likely to be filed for a mere 85,000 slots this year, employers need to start looking at alternative ways to keep valued foreign workers in the U.S., immigration attorneys told Bloomberg BNA.

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Breaking News: Draft of SEVP Policy Guidance for Schools Eligibility!

Breaking News: Draft of SEVP Policy Guidance for Schools Eligibility!

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May 2016 Visa Bulletin Predictions by Shah Peerally

May 2016 Visa Bulletin Predictions by Shah Peerally

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American Higher Education Becomes More Attractive to International Students and Global Talent

International students who graduate with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) degrees may now participate in Optional Practical Training (OPT) for a longer duration, according to the recent rule from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

 

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Donald Trump flip-flops, then flips and flops more on H-1B visas

For someone who has strong words about the current state of immigration, Donald Trump certainly has inconsistent ideas about what to do about it. Immigration has been the Republican front-runner’s signature issue since he entered the race. He has stuck to his early idea of building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, but has shifted several times about the H-1B program, which grants temporary visas to non-immigrant workers. We took a look at his major public statements about his view on the H-1B program, and unpacked his flip-floppery.

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From Student Visa (F1) directly to Green Card

From Student Visa (F1) directly to Green Card

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How the U.S. work visa policy can kick international students out of the country

Serra Kazanc came to study at Penn in 2009, earned an internship at Jefferies — a global financial firm — the summer after her junior year and was offered full time employment at the company after graduating from Wharton in 2013. That year, Kazanc, who concentrated in finance and real estate, started working at Jefferies in New York City. She was happy with her job and so was her employer. The Wharton graduate was leasing an apartment and was one of the many Penn students that migrate to New York City upon graduation.

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US has become 'third world country': Donald Trump

Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has said the US has now become a "third world country" as compared to infrastructures in Dubai and China, and promised that things would change once he is elected the American president.

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Determining Whether a New Job is in “the Same or a Similar Occupational Classification” for Purposes of Section 204(j) Job Portability

Purpose This policy memorandum (PM) provides additional guidance to Immigration Services Officers (ISO) for determining, with respect to the job portability provisions in section 204(j) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), whether one job is in “the same or a similar occupational classification” as another job.

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