US completes implementation of H-1B electronic registration process for 2021 season
Under this new process, employers seeking H-1B workers subject to the cap, or their authorized representatives, will complete a registration process that requires only basic information about their company and each requested worker.
US court mulls bid to temporarily block border asylum policy
While Asylum-seekers who cross the border are sent back to Mexico to wait for th...
Trump impeachment hearings highlight immigrants’ stories
Several witnesses who testified in the House impeachment inquiry this week chose to ...
ET & Arcum Global present “Global Investment Immigration Summit 2020” – Investment & business based mobility
India was placed 6th globally, in terms of wealth of over US$ 8,148 billion and is expected to be the 4th wealthiest country in the coming decade.
More than 227K Indians waiting for family-sponsored Green Card
Currently, there are about four million people waiting in line for family-sponsored Green Cards against a Congressional cap of 226,000 per annum. The largest number of 1.5 million wait list is from America's southern neighbour Mexico, followed by a distant India with 227,000 and China with nearly 180,000.
US Homeland may tweak H-1B & L-1
The changes may see the introduction of additional requirements to ensure employers pay appropriate wages to H-1B visa holders.
23 per cent petitions seeking H1-B visas were denied in 2019: MEA
According to H-1B petition statistics of the USCIS, 84.8 per cent of the total H-1B petitions processed and completed in Fiscal Year 2019 (October 2018-September 2019) were approved, as against 95.7 per cent of the total in Fiscal Year 2015 (October 2014-September 2015).
SC agrees to hear PIL seeking deportation of Rohingyas, Bangladeshi immigrants in four weeks
The Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to hear after four weeks a PIL seeking identification and deportation of all illegal immigrants and inf...
150 Indians deported from US land at Delhi airport
These Indians have either violated their visa norms or were illegal immigrants.
98% of H-1B visa rejections unchallenged
In 98.4% of the cases where the H-1B visa was denied, the employer chose not to file an appeal, said David North, a fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), which is based in Washington, DC.
Make Citizenship Bill people’s campaign, RSS tells cadre
The move comes shortly after RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said ‘no Hindu will have to leave the country’ after names of a large number of people from the community were left out from NRC published in Assam. RSS has asked its cadre to be careful while taking the message forward, given the extensive protests in northeast against CAB.
Northeast no dumping ground for illegal immigrants: AASU
“We will not accept the Citizenship Amendment bill. The Centre must not consider the northeast as a dumping ground for illegal immigrants. The bill is unconstitutional, illegal and anti-indigenous. We will not accept it under any circumstance," said Aasu chief adviser Samujjal Bhattacharyya.
USCIS completes final testing of electronic H-1B registration process
Under the new system, only applications selected through the random selection process will be eligible to file the H-1B cap subject petitions. Through this new process, USCIS hopes to dramatically streamline processing by reducing paperwork and data exchange, and will provide an overall cost savings to petitioning employers.
U.S. needs more skilled immigrants from India and China
Indians are rocketing to the top - 2 of the US’s 5 biggest cos, Alphabet & Microsoft, have Indian-born CEOs.
US firms with H-1B staff have more chances of landing funds
US firms with H-1B staff file more patents, generating significant economic value, according to a working paper by researchers for the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). A US based think tank said US tech startups that employ immigrant workers on H-1B visas have a higher chance of raising funds from venture capital firms.
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