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COVID-19: Land travel bans with Canada and Mexico extended

The Department of Homeland Security will extend the bans on nonessential land travel across the U.S. borders with Canada and Mexico, according to Federal Register notices set to be published on Wednesday, June 23.

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July 2021 Visa Bulletin – EB-3 India Continues to Rapidly Advance

The Visa Bulletin is released monthly by the Department of State and is used to determine when a sponsored foreign national can submit the final step of the green card process, or if already pending, when the final step can be adjudicated.

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New cybersecurity concentration gives App State students the skills to combat hackers

Chris Taylor ’09 ’11 is a computer hacker, and he teaches his students the tricks of the trade — with the best of intentions. Taylor, a professional security specialist and senior lecturer in Appalachian State University’s Department of Computer Information Systems (CIS), is spearheading the department’s new cybersecurity concentration that begins in fall 2021.

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H1B Rejection Rate Increases By 37%! Why 72% Of H1B Applicants Are Rejected?

As per newest reports coming in, the rate rejection of the H-1B visas has now increased by as much as 37%!

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Delays To H-1B Rules Changes, Administration Advises

Citing the need to adequately assess their potential impact, the Biden Administration seeks to delay, or reverse, in some cases, a triumvirate of rules issued by the previous administration aimed to dramatically change the H-1B process. 

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USCIS Revises Policies on RFEs, Work Permits

On June 9, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced policy updates designed to reduce barriers to immigration processing.

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June 2021 Immigration Alert

H-1B cap cases registered and selected in the fiscal year (“FY”) 2022 H-1B cap lottery must be filed and received by USCIS no later than June 30, 2021. 

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USCIS Suspends Biometrics Requirements For Certain Dependent Applicants

Starting on May 17, 2021, USCIS will suspend biometrics requirements for H-4 (dependents of H-1B visa holders), L-2 (dependents of L-1 visa holders), and E dependent (including E-1 Trader Visa, E-2 Investor Visa, and E-3 Specialty Occupation Visa) applicants seeking extension or change of status in the U.S.

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July Visa Bulletin: Advancement in key employment-based categories

Priority-date cutoffs will advance significantly in key employment-based categories next month, according to the State Department’s July Visa Bulletin.

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Can New International Students Take Online Classes?

While new international students can't enroll in a fully online program at U.S. colleges this fall, hybrid classes are allowed.

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