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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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International College Students Return to the Valley with Trump, Immigration Fears Top of Mind

On his first trip back to Madrid after November’s election, Miguel Lepoutre’s family itched for details. He recalls one incessant question, in particular: What is it like now that Trump is president?

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Indians spited by the H-1B clampdown can get another visa to work in the US—as long as they can spare $500,000

​As the H-1B visa program goes on the chopping block, a 27-year-old visa is getting some new attention. Meet the EB-5.

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Top 10 H-1B occupations in the US; Computer Systems Analysts is the most popular job position

The top 10 job positions for H-1B visas are in the fields of information technology, engineering, and accounts.

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Why F-1 and H-1B visas are worse than you think for Indian students moving to US

​A vast majority of Indian students aspire to study in the United States. In fact, 165,918 Indian students were in the US in the 2015-2016 academic year, a 25 per cent increase from 2014-2015. 

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Srinivas Kuchibhotla murder: Widow faced deportation from US after losing resident status

Republican congressman Kevin Yoder and others stepped in help Sunayana Dumala get a one-year visa so that she would not be deported from the US after losing her resident status.

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4 reasons why EB-5 visa programme is the best for studying abroad

Most Indians seeking a future in the US pursue the well-known F1 and H1-B visa programmes. However, a lesser known programme, the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program, has recently caught the attention of many Indians.

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