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USCIS Denies Pending Advance Parole Applications for H-1B, L Applicants Traveling Outside the United States

According to reports, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has been denying pending advance parole applications for abandonment when applicants travel outside the United States in H-1B or L status.

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Labor Department Announces Revisions to H-1B, H-1B1 and E-3 Forms

Pursuant to the Secretary of Labor’s June 6, 2017, news release calling for proposed form changes “to better protect American workers, confront fraud, and increase transparency,” the Department of Labor has published a 60-day notice in the Federal Register announcing its intent to revise its information collection for the H-1B, H-1B1 and E-3 programs.

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Process for U.S. work visas suddenly gets harder

Five years ago, Cecilia Delbene decided to try out a study-based foreign exchange program that would allow her to teach Spanish in the United States.

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Not only US, other countries too restrict Indian IT professionals

The woes of Indian information technology companies are not limited to the US and extend from Australia to Canada as they not only have to grapple with visa curbs but also obscure rules that are open to interpretation by local authorities.

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Kansas shooting: Murdered Indian techie's widow gets temporary work visa in US

An Indian woman, who lost her residency rights in the US following the murder of her techie husband in a suspected hate crime, can stay in the country for now after an influential lawmaker helped her get a temporary work visa.

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No restrictions on H-1B visa: US official

A senior US official on Thursday sought to allay India's concerns on the H-1B visa programme, which is being "reviewed" by the Trump administration, saying there are no "restrictions" in place.

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Process for U.S. work visas suddenly gets harder

​Five years ago, Cecilia Delbene decided to try out a study-based foreign exchange program that would allow her to teach Spanish in the United States.

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As Trump Shuts out Talent with DACA Changes, Canada Leaves Doors Wide Open

​Following a slew of immigration related changes imposed by the Trump administration, News broke this month of plans to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, sending a worrying message to approximately 800,000 young undocumented immigrants that grew up Stateside.

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Widow of Indian-techie Kuchibhotla can stay in US for now

​The widow of Indian-techie Srinivas Kuchibhotla, who was killed in February this year in an alleged hate crime can stay in the US for now after the intervention of a influential lawmaker as she initially lost her residency rights following her husband’s death. 

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Infosys to Open Innovation Hub in North Carolina, Hire 2,000 Americans

Global software major Infosys Sept. 12 said it is opening a new, U.S.-based technology and innovation hub in Raleigh, North Carolina and will hire 2,000 Americans over the next four years.

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