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17 July 2019
A recently released research paper, points out that if the right to work, currently available to dependent spouses of a certain category of H-1B workers (viz: those who are on track for a green card) is revoked, their economic independence will be severely impacted.read more..
25 April 2018
After the recent restrictions imposed on H1B Visa which allows students to work in USA, the USCIS has introduced a new policy which would affect the F1 OPT or the student visa. The new policy limits the OPT or Optional Practical Training extension for STEM. Earlier students who opted for STEM courseread more..
15 July 2019
A Purdue University-affiliated startup developing a platform using augmented reality to encourage students to learn about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) has received grants totaling $275,000. The technology enables children to experience handsread more..
15 July 2019
On July 10, 2019, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R.1044, the Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act of 2019. If passed into law, the bill would eliminate the per-country cap on employment-based green cards, and increase the per-country limit for family-bread more..