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Xerox's latest tech center, 600 jobs, coming to North Carolina

Xerox Corp. will open a North Carolina technology center employing about 600 people, passing up its current headquarters in Connecticut and former base in Upstate New York for a growing Southern tech cluster.

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Utah’s tech sector accounted for 1 in 7 jobs in the state, bringing high wages and fast growth

It’s well known that the technology industry is playing a big and growing role in Utah’s economy, but a new in-depth study on its magnitude might surprise you.

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12 tech jobs with the best career opportunities

Tech jobs dominate Glassdoor's list of 25 Jobs with the Best Career Opportunities, released Wednesday. 

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OPT litigation update

While the OPT and STEM-OPT litigation is being closely watched, it is important to note that the rules that allow eligible F-1 students to apply for work authorization under the OPT and STEM-OPT extension programs remain in place today. The judge has set a target date of March 6 to rule on the parties’ motions for summary judgment and decide whether the case will proceed to trial. 

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EB-3 Unavailable Through September 30

The State Department has notified the American Immigration Lawyers Association that all EB-3 categories are now immediately unavailable and will remain so through September 30, the end of FY 2019. The annual immigrant visa quotas have been reached on all EB-3 categories for this fiscal year.

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Ex-University Student Sentenced to Federal Prison for Unlawful Gun Possession

A former University of Tampa student has been sentenced to federal prison for unlawfully possessing a firearm, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Florida.

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Digital Talent Shortage Driving Need For Offshore Talent

There is a clear talent shortage in the US, and this is particularly true of specialized skills (engineering and IT), which are at the center of the competitiveness of the US economy. 

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Visa concerns deter foreign-born PHDs

Instead, they choose to work at large technology companies with the resources and experience to sponsor foreign workers for highly coveted H-1B or permanent residency visas.

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USCIS May Court Disaster With Untested H-1B Visa Registration System

Business and education groups warn that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) may court disaster if the agency implements a new electronic system for H-1B petitions without sufficient testing and input from employers.

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Court Victory for Foreign Students Enrolled in Fake College

A federal appeals court on Thursday gave new life to a legal challenge filed by a group of foreign nationals whose student visa statuses were terminated due to their enrollment in a sham university established by the federal government in a sting operation to snare alleged visa fraudsters.

The case involves the "University of Northern New Jersey," a fake institution created by the Department of Homeland Security that had the outer trappings of a real university -- including approval from two federally recognized accrediting bodies (both wiling partners in the scheme) -- but offered no classes and had no faculty.
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