US Visa Immigration News and Updates

Printing Indian Passports in the US

Posted on November 30, 2018

Ever wondered who prints your Indian passport? It was the Indian Security Press in Nasik that undertook this very critical task for every Indian national who sought this international document. As ... Read More

Changes To The H1-B Lottery System Coming Soon

Posted on November 27, 2018

Yr.2020 H1-B season is not around the corner yet. It is still a few months away. However, many procedural changes for H1-B announced lately, either in its proposed or finalization stages are ... Read More

Stricter Regulations Anticipated for H1-B Visa Holders

Posted on November 14, 2018

The moment of reckoning is upon all H1-B visa holders and potential petitioners for the next lottery cycle scheduled in April 2019. The US Department of Homeland Security is gearing up with new ... Read More

India Announces New Rules for OCI and Renunciation of Indian Citizenship

Posted on October 30, 2018

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced that nationals of foreign-origin but married to Indian nationals and non-resident Indians will now be eligible to acquire an Overseas Citizen of India ... Read More

USCIS Distributes Workload – Transfers Cases From Vermont to California and Nebraska Service Centers

Posted on August 31, 2018

Case-loads at many USCIS centers have seen an unprecedented increase in the past couple of years. This constant increase in immigrant and non-immigrant visa petitions have caused a severe backlog ... Read More

New Reporting Policies for F1 Student Visa Holders

Posted on August 20, 2018

Students coming into the US with a F1, M or J visa are increasingly feeling the pressure of changing norms instituted by its administration. While it is being done with an intention to stem potential ... Read More

UPDATED: India Does Its Bit For NRIs, And Wives Deserted By Their NRI Husbands

Posted on August 15, 2018

The US economy hasn’t looked this bright in a long time. Some even say it is at its strongest. And this means that things are really looking up for its people, its working class in particular. The job ... Read More