Category: H1-B

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Trump Toughens Visa Requirements to Make It Hard for Foreigners to Work in the US

The administration of U.S. President Donald Trump has sped up attempts to make harder, the process for U.S. companies to hire skilled foreign workers, before the end of the year and amidst the presidential elections. The Trump administration has released H-1B regulatory changes making it more difficult for professional foreign workers to obtain work visas…
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US Immigration Update: US Green Card Bonanza & H-1B Changes

The first week of October was busy.  There were a number of significant developments in U.S. Immigration. Federal District Court Halts Implementation of Nonimmigrant Visa Ban On 1 October 2020, Judge Jeffrey S. White issued an order stopping the Department of State (DOS) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) from enforcing the June 22, 2020,…
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United States Pending Major Changes to Student Visa Rules

Options for International Students to Study in America There are two types of Student visa are F (for academic purposes) and M (for vocational purposes). A third J1 visa is for practical training. The F1 and J1 visas allow for the possibility of employment in the US during your stay, while the M1 Visa does…
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Judge Urges Trump Administration to Grant Visas to Green Card Lottery Winners - DV Program Lottery

Judge Urges Trump Administration to Grant Visas to Green Card Lottery Winners

President Donald Trump’s administration was ordered by a federal judge in Washington to resume issuing immigrant diversity visas to persons who won them through the US Green Card lottery 2020. This is after the Green card procedures were frozen amid the COVID-19 ban on temporary US work visas. The Green card lottery, also known as…
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America Facing Shortage of International Doctors Due to Strict Visa Rules

America Facing Shortage of International Doctors Due to Strict Visa Rules

If you are a doctor and qualified from abroad, the US government requires you to apply for an H-1B visa, which can run hundreds of pages. Once granted, H-1Bs will stop you from switching employers, working in other states, or practicing outside your approved specialty.  These restrictions have stopped experienced doctors with low caseloads from…
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