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03 May 2019
After completing your graduate or undergraduate degree you are likely to ask a professor an academic professor at your college for a recommendation letter to provide a reference as you embark on the journey to seek jobs. These letters reflect not just the quality of tread more..
25 July 2019
The Trump administration is bringing about more changes to the world of immigration, this time targeting the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program. USCIS has just announced that it is planning to revise regulations governing the EB-5 Immread more..
07 August 2019
Per the Foreign Affairs Manual, an H-1B beneficiary with a visa in their passport issued in the name of their old employer can continue to use the old employer’s visa after changing employers. This can be done until the date on the visa expires. One is required to cread more..
22 July 2019
WashTech has been in a long dispute with the Department of Homeland Security over the OPT program, but in July the US District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that the DHS’s 2016 STEM OPT decision would reopen a previous case from 1992.read more..