Category: H1-B

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

US Travel Ban: US Embassies Outline Who Can Travel from List of Banned Countries

U.S. Embassies and Consulates in the Schengen Area Expand the National Interest Exemption Beginning on July 15 The US Department of State announced the phased opening of embassies and consulates to begin the processing of visa applications. The question then arises: who is permitted to travel to the USA? Following the Trump presidential proclamation of…
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U.S. Embassies and Consulates Expected to Resume Visa Services Beginning on July 15

U.S. Embassies and Consulates Expected to Resume Visa Services Beginning on July 15

The United States of America’s Department of State has  announced, via Twitter, that U.S. embassies and consulates are entering a “phased resumption of routine visa services” beginning July 15, 2020. Although it is not providing details on where or when. It’s unclear which embassies will resume the services or when it will restart. Visa applicants…
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Post Study Work Visa Options for International Students to think about

Post Study Work Visa Options for International Students to think about

When you study abroad, a question always arises for international students: What happens post-study? Why should I choose one country over another to study in? So it’s important to know what are the post-study work visa options for international students. Once you have completed your course, you have to decide whether you stay or return…
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