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Infosys Jobs In NC Will Require Vigilance

The big announcement by Governor Roy Cooper that Infosys is bringing jobs to North Carolina will require some vigilance.

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Why Vancouver Is Becoming North America’s Next Big Tech Scene

Christy Clark was kind enough not to mention the U.S. or its new President by name—at least not at first. But with talk of “Muslim bans” and H-1B visa restrictions swirling, the British Columbia Premier’s message to companies both Canadian and American was unmistakable: If the U.S. won’t welcome the world’s brightest engineers and programmers, so much the better for Canada.

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US Immigration Launches Mobile Form for Replacing Green Card

Lawful permanent residents who file the online Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card, without assistance from an attorney or accredited representative, can now file their form and upload evidence entirely on a mobile device.

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10 countries that may benefit most by H-1B visa curbs on India


The US government earlier this year issued some new rules to deter alleged fraud in H-1B visa applications. The move proposes tough measures for applicants to the US' most-coveted pool of highly-skilled visas.

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H-1B Visa Applicants Being Diverted To O Visa, Alleges Top US Senator

​A top American Senator today alleged that potential H-1B applicants are being advised to apply for an O visa instead of the numerically capped H-1B visas intended for highly-skilled workers to bypass legal restrictions on employment visas.

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Startup founders to Trump: Don’t rescind popular International Entrepreneur Rule

​Before it ever began, the International Entrepreneur Rule appears to be coming to an end. 

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Address visa issue to attract the talent

​As the US shuts its gates to foreign entrepreneurs, it’s time we start thinking about opening ours.

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Indian students rush to Canadian universities

​The number of Indian students seeking admission to Canadian institutions is increasing very rapidly, according to a report. 

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Students offer input on efforts of immigration advisory council

​Several international students said they think the university should pay more attention to issues affecting their community, and hope a new immigration advisory council will help improve their representation on campus.

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Don't discourage talented immigrants

​The immigration process for entrepreneurs and skilled workers hoping to come to America has always been complex and required determination for those hoping to bring their skills and business dreams here.

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