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H-1B visa rule favouring advance degree holders to impact Indian IT companies: Report


A recent policy change favouring advanced degree holders for visas in US will lead to a hit on IT companies' profitability as the number of H-1B visas approved gets reduced, a report said.

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Suspension of premium processing to affect H-1B visa holders

The recently proposed restrictions on the H-1B work visa, especially the suspension of premium processing of these visas is affecting tech employees in the US and the companies who hire them. 

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US colleges rally against Trump immigration policy with legal challenge

Numerous US colleges and universities joined together to oppose a new federal policy they say will have destructive and harmful consequences for international students and scholars on F, J and M visas in the country.

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Penalties for unlawful presence

Under section 212(a)(9)(B)(i) of the INA, any foreign national who accrues 180 days of unlawful presence is subject to a three-year bar upon departure from the United States; and anyone who accrues over 365 days of unlawful presence is subject to a ten-year bar upon departure.

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How to increase your chances for 2019’s H-1B lottery

Many international students in the US long for their own version of the American Dream.

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Visa Options for Social Media Influencers

Have you ever wondered what visa options are available to social media influencers?

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Trump references H-1B changes during border wall tour

In an early morning tweet Friday, President Donald Trump said that “H-1B holders in the United States can rest assured that changes are soon coming which will bring both simplicity and certainty to your stay, including a potential path to citizenship. 

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Are Tech Pros Impacted by H-1B Premium Processing Suspension?


To say that the H-1B program is controversial within the tech industry is something of an understatement. 

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Trump promises H-1B visa holders ‘changes are coming soon.’ What that means for the tech industry

President Donald Trump told H-1B visa holders to “rest assured” because “changes are soon coming which will bring both simplicity and certainty” to their status in the United States in a tweet early Friday. But it’s unclear whether the revisions he has in store will put the minds of the 85,000 immigrants brought to the U.S. on skilled work visas each year at ease.

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38% of tech workers hurt by suspension of H-1B visa premium processing

Some 38% of tech employees said they were negatively affected by the suspension of H-1B visa premium processing, 

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