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International student enrollment is decreasing nationwide, but not at SU

Syracuse University has not been affected by a reported nationwide decrease in the number of international students enrolling at colleges in the United States.

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Legislative Update: Sens. Hatch and Flake Propose Employment-Based Reforms

The I-Squared Act of 2018 would increase the H-1B cap to a baseline of 85,000 per year and up to 195,000 in years of high demand, with expanded cap exemptions. In high-demand years, a priority system would be used to allocate cap numbers, with highest priority given to advanced-degree holders.

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US Senator Moves Amendments to Immigration Bill, Could Benefit Professionals From India

The amendments, moved by Senator Orrin Hatch, aim to eliminate annual per-country cap for employment-based green cards so that applicants from more populous countries like India and China are not unfairly discriminated against applicants from less populous countries.

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Brock University to fully pay tuition for international students pursuing PhD

Brock University is increasing its financial support of international students who are pursuing a doctoral degree, part of what is likely to be a wave of such announcements as Ontario universities benefit from increased provincial funding to help recruit and support the world's most talented students.

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A contradiction in US immigration policy is putting kids of high-skilled workers at risk of deportation

As Congress debates the fate of America’s DREAMers, a group of far more privileged young immigrants is facing a similar problem: The children of highly skilled foreign professionals.

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Access to Skilled Visas Could Become Even More of a Long Shot

Thousands of extra H-1B seekers could make the already popular high-skilled guestworker visa even harder to come by this year

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Right Now, 'Merit-Based' Just Means Fewer Immigrants

When the Trump administration says it wants “merit-based immigration” it’s not talking about admitting 1 million scientists and engineers, or even any additional immigrants with college degrees. 

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How New Immigration Policies Could Affect Your Workforce

With immigrants to the United States making up an important part of Tennessee’s manufacturing workforce, changes in immigration laws (and their enforcement) are naturally of keen interest to the employers who must comply with them.

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Donald Trump's Decision to Stop Visa Lottery Will End Green Card Backlog: White House

Indian-Americans, most of whom are highly skilled and come to the US mainly on H-1B work visas are the worst sufferers of the current immigration system which imposes a seven percent per country quota on allotment of green cards or permanent legal residency.

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Donald Trump Favours Merit-based Immigration Reform: White House

The current wait period for Indian skilled immigrants as per some unofficial estimates can be as long as 70 years.

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