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01 September 2015
F1 visa is a non-immigrant visa given to the international students who wish to study in USA. Any non-resident of American can apply for it to pursue some kind of study in USA. Foreigners can come to USA for the academic study or take up some language training and leread more..
09 August 2019
Attorneys are turning to the courts to unclog a massive immigration application backlog that’s resulted in processing delays lasting up to seven years in some instances. “It’s really reaching crisis proportions,” said H. Roread 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..
26 July 2019
On July 16, 2019, the U.S. House of Representatives held a hearing asking U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) to explain the increase in immigration case processing times and denials. Since USCIS fiscal year (FY)read more..