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17 July 2019
America's optional practical training program (OPT), which enables international students to work in the US for a period of up to three years, has come under the cloud of a court battle. The development adds to the worries of such students who already face delays in pread more..
02 June 2017
A bill has been re-introduced in the US House of Representatives that seeks exemption for foreign-born or non-US citizens holding an US Ph.D. from American universities in science, technology, engineering or mathematics from the limitations in the annual cap for the H1B visa; employment-based greenread more..
17 November 2017
The US House Judiciary Committee just took a step towards tightening the rules for H1-B visas. Republican California Rep. Darrell Issa, introduced a bill in January 2017 under the Protect and Grow American Jobs Act which makes it more difficult for “H-1B dependent” companies to obtain work peread 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..