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25 September 2015
Optional Practical Training is the official work permit granted to international students who enter United States of America with the intention of pursuing further graduation. They are allowed to work for a certain limit of time period; the students can extend this woread more..
05 August 2019
New regulations from the United States Department of State (“State Department”) will require U.S. visa applicants traveling to the U.S. for work or study to submit their account names on a number of social media platforms. In aread more..
03 January 2018
The Trump administration is considering a proposal that could potentially lead to large-scale deportation of foreigners on H-1B visas for high-speciality workers waiting for their Green Card — mostly Indians — and drastically alter the way high-tech companies operate in the United States. The pread more..
15 July 2019
The typical House member who cosponsored a measure removing per-country caps on green cards received three times more campaign contributions from the nation’s 10 largest tech companies than lawmakers who declined to cosponsor the bill.read more..