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Trump administration may soon end H-4 Visa Rule: report

‚ÄčThe Trump administration may soon end the H-4 Visa Rule, which allows spouses of H1-B visa holders to work in the United States, according to a new report.

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H-4 Visa Children, Aging Out of Dependent Status, Forced to Return to India

H-4 children, the progeny of H-1B visa holders, are facing an uncertain future as they become adults who are no longer considered immediate family relatives, forcing them to return to their birth country.

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Work Authorization for H-4 Visa Holders to Be Stripped Under New Rule

The Department of Homeland Security announced Dec. 15 that it is proposing a rule which would end work authorization for H-4 visa holders, stripping more than 100,000 people – largely women from India – of their ability to legally work in the U.S.

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H4 Dreamers: Give a chance to children on H4 visa

Due to the backlog in the employment based (EB) green card process of many applicants from India and China, those who are on H1B or L1 visa find their children on H4 visa age out after they turn 21. 

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DACA could end soon, as deportation drive enters new phase. Is H-4 visa EAD next?

It was on the cards, with President Donald Trump fulfilling campaign promises, turn around executive orders issued by the Obama administration: to end a humanitarian amnesty program known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), which allows illegal immigrants who were brought to the country as a child, to live and work legally in the country. More than 800,000 individuals benefit from it; another 1 million are eligible for it.

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DHS Asks the Court to Hold the H-4 EAD Case for Six Months

SAVE JOBS USA v. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY was a case filed back on April 23, 2015 in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia . Save Jobs USA is an organization comprised of IT workers who claim they lost their jobs to H-1B workers. 

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Alert from USCIS for H4: USCIS Issues Reminder to H-4 Applicants Traveling Abroad

USCIS would like to remind individuals applying for a change of status to H-4 that if you travel abroad before they approve your Form I-539, Change of Status (COS) application, USCIS will consider your application to be abandoned. This means they will deny your COS application.

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H4 EAD news - Determining if you are eligible to file for H4 EAD or renew your H4 EAD.

H4 EAD news - Determining if you are eligible to file for H4 EAD or renew your H4 EAD.

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Immigration Talk - Radio: H4 EAD, H1B, Citizenship, H4 to F1, OPT, CARRP

Immigration Talk - Radio: H4 EAD, H1B, Citizenship, H4 to F1, OPT, CARRP

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