Career Categories

Category Name


Internship for International students and others

Top 10 tech high paying Internship
 

read more

F1 international students STEM Internship experience

Ncube’s internship journey was also one of self-discovery. After a summer of working in biology-related research, Ncube realized that the career path wasn’t a good fit for him. The next summer, he attended the BrownConnect Summer Institute and discovered his passion for consulting.

read more

USCIS Reaches Fiscal Year 2022 H-1B Cap


USCIS has received a sufficient number of petitions needed to reach the congressionally mandated 65,000 H-1B visa regular cap and the 20,000 H-1B visa U.S. advanced degree exemption, known as the master’s cap, for fiscal year (FY) 2022.

read more

United States: Regulation To Expand USCIS Premium Processing Program Clears Federal Review

United States: Regulation To Expand USCIS Premium Processing Program Clears Federal Review

read more

Limited March 1-18, 2022 Dates for H-1B “Professional” Registration

Limited March 1-18, 2022 Dates for H-1B “Professional” Registration

read more

USCIS Decoupling Adjudication of EADs and Advance Paroles to Expedite EAD Issuance (AILA Source)

USCIS Decoupling Adjudication of EADs and Advance Paroles to Expedite EAD Issuance (AILA Source)

read more

USCIS: Exceptionally High Number of Employment Based Visas Available-twice as high as usual

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that it is strongly encouraging applicants for adjustment of status (Form I-485) in the employment-based third preference category, if they are eligible to do so, to transfer the underlying basis of their applications to the first or second employment-based preference categories. 

read more

H-1B rules on worksite changes remain in place under judge’s ruling

A federal judge recently upheld U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) guidance that requires H-1B petitioners to file a new or amended petition before placing an H-1B employee at a new place of employment not covered by an existing, approved H-1B petition.

read more

How do I get immigration to take action on my delayed case?

 Do I, as an individual, have the power to take on the government? Yes, absolutely. Congress has drafted statutes to give you, an individual, the tools and the ability to compel the government to answer for its delay or the harm that the government has caused you. If Congress has written these statutes for you, use them to your benefit!

read more

Chipmaker Intel launches $1B foundry fund for tech startups, other innovators

Intel is launching a $1 billion fund to support startups or other companies building technology for the foundry ecosystem. 

read more