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Doesn’t Trump’s America Need More Entrepreneurs?

If you want more jobs and companies in the U.S., don’t kill the International Entrepreneur Rule.

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Suit filed for papers on H-1B queries, denials


A US association of immigration advocates recently filed a lawsuit against the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), seeking to procure documents, 

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US' loss is Canada's gain: 200% rise in Indian invitees for permanent residency

India is followed by China, while Nigeria holds the third place among countries that received the highest number of offers for Canadian residency.

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Wait for Green Card for Indians may now be as long as 151 years: Report

Indians with advanced degrees may have to wait for over 150 years for a Green Card which authorises them to live and work in the US permanently

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CPT issues and other F1 coming issues etc

CPT issues and other F1 coming issues etc

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The homecoming of H-1B rejects is turning India into a new land of opportunity

In 2014, Gaurang Poddar landed a job at Ernst & Young (EY) in New York after graduating with a degree in mechanical engineering and business administration from Carnegie Mellon University.

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150-Year Wait for Indian Immigrants With Advanced Degrees

I have previously written that no one knows how long legal immigrant workers will have to wait for permanent residency (i.e. green cards) in the United States, particularly from India where the wait times are the longest. 

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Your wait for US Green Card could stretch up to 92 years

Indians account for more than three-fourths or 75 per cent of those highly-skilled professionals waiting in queue to obtain legal permanent residence status in the US, popularly known as Green Card, the latest figures released by US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) show..

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Updates on H4 EAD May 31 2018

Updates on H4 EAD May 31 2018

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Department of Homeland Security moves to finally rescind the International Entrepreneur Rule

After nearly a year of protest and litigation, the Department of Homeland Security finally announced late last week that it was moving ahead with plans to rescind the International Entrepreneur Rule, which would have allowed immigrant founders of startups to remain in the U.S. for up to five years.

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