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COVID-19: US to allow fully vaccinated foreign nationals to enter starting Nov. 8

The White House announced today that the U.S. would lift the current international travel restrictions for fully vaccinated foreign nationals on Nov. 8.

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BIDEN ADMINISTRATION TO END COVID-19 TRAVEL BANS, REQUIRE PROOF OF VACCINATION

On November 8, 2021, the United States plans to end its COVID-19 travel ban on travelers from certain countries with high infection rates. The US will reopen to fully vaccinated air travelers from all countries.

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PAYSCALE HIGHLIGHTS THE OUTCOME OF A MANHATTAN COLLEGE EDUCATION

Manhattan College is one of the top places in the United States to earn a bachelor’s degree, according to PayScale’s 2021-22 College Salary Report.

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November Visa Bulletin: Advancement in most EB-2 categories, retrogression in most EB-3 categories

The State Department released the November Visa Bulletin, showing priority-date cutoffs will advance in EB-2 categories and retrogress in EB-3 categories next month. 

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Upcoming Changes to Travel Requirements Along the U.S. Land Borders or By Sea Crossings

On September 20, the Biden Administration announced that the current restrictions on travel to the United States from certain designated regions will be eased for fully vaccinated travelers in November. 

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November 2021 Visa Bulletin – EB-3 India and China Significant Retrogression; End of the EB-3 India Downgrade Period?

The U.S. State Department has just released the November 2021 Visa Bulletin which is the second Visa Bulletin for the new fiscal year. 

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UT Dallas’ International Student Appeal Grows Brighter This Fall

A higher number of international students returned to classes on The University of Texas at Dallas campus this fall after a year in which COVID-19 required many students to alter their academic plans.

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AI Vehicles Driving Autonomous Technology Research at UT Dallas

Those cute food-delivery robots aren’t the only self-driving vehicles on The University of Texas at Dallas campus.

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Rutgers Award-Winning Invention Aims to Reinvent Drug Delivery

The device was created by students of the Rutgers Honors College–New Brunswick to revolutionize the technology of targeted nutrient and drug delivery for infants

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Labor Department posts PERM, prevailing wage processing updates

The Labor Department has posted updated processing times for permanent labor certification (PERM) applications and prevailing wage determination (PWD) requests.

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