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Help: OPT Petition may die short of 10K Votes

So far, this petition received 72K Votes and Need 28k votes in 18 Days, Currently signup rate is growing at ~1000 votes per day, If this rate continues in the same phase, we will reach ~90K votes and short of ~10K votes to reach the targe of 100K votes and it may die.   

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Donald Trump may be good news for India

There have been many news stories in recent days about Donald Trump’s proposed policy on H1-B visas and how that would be bad for India. Trump has advocated raising the minimum wage for H1-B visas, lowering the H1-B visa cap and generally making H1-B visas more difficult to obtain.

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U.S. is Selling Green Cards and Citizenship for $500,000: No Lie

The United States is selling green cards to wealthy foreigners for large amounts of money, but the program has opened the door for massive fraud schemes, reported AllGov.com.

 

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Help: OPT STEM Extension petition may die

Petion for  proper regulation for extending the STEM OPT before 02/2016 may die

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F1 visa students may be allowed to work for 6 years after February 12, 2016

Judge’s ruling paves way for executive actions within 6 months.

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Mark Zuckerberg’s FWD.us lambast Donald Trump’s vision to cut down H-1B visas

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s FWD.us, a technology industry advocacy group, has lambasted Donald Trump’s plan to limit legal immigration by making it harder for US-based companies to hire foreign workers on H-1B visas, terming it “just wrong”.

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Court Rules Government Must Reissue OPT STEM Regulations; May Accelerate Proposed Changes to the OPT Program

A U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. ruled on August 12, 2015 to vacate a regulation authorizing 17-month OPT work authorization for foreign students with degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), finding that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) did not follow proper notice and comment administrative rulemaking procedures when enacting the rule.

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U.S. and Canadian Immigration Policies: A Comparison

The immigration landscape of North America is constantly changing. Canada and the United States, to a large extent, followed parallel trajectories in the earlier parts of their immigration histories. Both countries initially drew principally on migrants from the British Isles and Europe, before expanding their catchment area to other regions of the world. Over time, however, Canadian and U.S. immigration policies have diverged in significant ways.

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Petition on OPT program ruling draws thousands of names

Anxiety may be rising among STEM students working on student visas in the wake of a court ruling last week that threatens their futures in the U.S.

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SEVP Accepting Public Feedback on Employment-Related Guidance

The Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) invites the public to comment on employment-related draft policy guidance until Monday, Sept. 28, 2015.

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