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France launches “Talent Passport” to bring more startups and tech companies

In order to attract the startups from all over the world to visit and pursue their luck in France, the newly elected president has announced a visa (Talent passport) for IT and technology related startups.

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Trump criticises federal government technology as outdated

Besides filling vacancies, new innovative ideas coming from these foreign workers could help technological developments.

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US to admit more temporary workers this summer

The United States will admit more temporary, seasonal workers into the country this summer, the Department of Homeland Security said Wednesday.

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Premium H-1B Visa Processing May Restart, Official Says

​An official with the Citizenship and Immigration Services Ombudsman’s Office indicated during a stakeholder call Tuesday that premium processing for H-1B visa petitions may be brought back “incrementally,” with the development coming about three months after the suspension was announced.

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Apple's Cook: 'Nervous' Techs Want Trump to Show 'Heart'

​Apple CEO Tim Cook on Monday told Donald Trump the tech sector is "nervous" about his administration's tough stance on immigration and also asked the president to show more "heart" in his approach, a source told CNBC.

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Mark Zuckerberg skips White House meeting as Trump calls for 'transformation' of ageing government tech

​Some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley descended on the White House on Monday (19 June) for the first meeting of the American Technology Council.

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Students: Protect Yourself by Choosing a Compliant School

​The Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) certifies U.S. schools and programs to admit international students to ensure the schools are legitimate. 

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What to Do During the Summer in the United States

​During this time of year, many F-1 international students take their annual summer vacation.

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Rich Indians applying for costly EB5 visas

The number of wealthy Indians applying for costly EB5 visas at US embassies is increasing every year. EB5 visas enable one to directly become a green card holder  in the US, unlike the H1B visa, procuring which has become uncertain for Indians after the Donald Trump administration’s anti-immigration policies. 

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Baldwin Wallace University to partner with international entrepreneurs

Baldwin Wallace University has joined forces with Flashstarts, a Cleveland-based startup accelerator and venture fund, to launch a program to fuel the growth of startups by international entrepreneurs.

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