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Don't discourage talented immigrants

​The immigration process for entrepreneurs and skilled workers hoping to come to America has always been complex and required determination for those hoping to bring their skills and business dreams here.

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Europe struggles to attract tech talent even as US closes doors

​U.S. President Donald Trump’s moves on immigration are bad news for ambitious tech workers. That should be good news for Europe’s talent-hungry digital hubs.

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Mexico's "Silicon Valley" Willing to Take H-1B's from the U.S.

​Over the weekend, the governor of Jalisco, Mexico, noted that his state is prepared to welcome individuals from countries like India that live in the United States and are uncertain of the future of H-1B visas.

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US firms face hiring difficulties, business survey says

​A growing share of US employers are struggling to hire new workers and some have raised wages as a result, according to a survey released today.

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DHS Delays the Effective Date of the International Entrepreneur Final Rule

​The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) formally delayed the implementation of the International Entrepreneur Rule from July 17, 2017, to March 14, 2018, to allow for a public comment period.

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Infosys To Relocate CFO Ranganath To Its Largest Market, US

​IT services major Infosys will relocate its Chief Financial Officer MD Ranganath to the US - its largest market - and has also revised his compensation package.

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Indian students worry about physical safety in US: Survey

Indian students have a "high level of concern" about potential study in the US and a large number of them worry about their physical safety and about the feeling of being unwelcome, according to a new survey.

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DACA could end soon, as deportation drive enters new phase. Is H-4 visa EAD next?

It was on the cards, with President Donald Trump fulfilling campaign promises, turn around executive orders issued by the Obama administration: to end a humanitarian amnesty program known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), which allows illegal immigrants who were brought to the country as a child, to live and work legally in the country. More than 800,000 individuals benefit from it; another 1 million are eligible for it.

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Why U.S. colleges and universities are worried about a drop in international student applications

Enrollment of international students in U.S. institutions of higher education is believed to be down for the coming school year — and the Trump administration may make it harder for those who do come to stay. 

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Trump crafting plan to slash legal immigration

Donald Trump and his aides are quietly working with two conservative senators to dramatically scale back legal immigration — a move that would mark a fulfillment of one of the president's biggest campaign promises.

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