Employment-based Immigration

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An Increase in ‘Request for Evidence’ Delaying H1B Visa Processing

Posted on September 12, 2017

H1B visa applicants are seeing a spike in requests for evidence (RFE) in addition to their original paperwork from US authorities lately. While it doesn't mean a rejection of the application, it ... Read More

Jobs That Will Get You a H1B Visa for the US

Posted on September 11, 2017

The ‘American Dream’ is still quite the dream today and seen on a global level, people around the world continue to vie for opportunities to come to the United States. It gets to become an even more ... Read More

What Happens if the Point-Based Immigration System Goes Through?

Posted on September 05, 2017

The RAISE Act, as the name suggests is one among the many steps the Trump administration is undertaking to curb foreign immigration and “Reforming the American Immigration for a Strong Economy”. This ... Read More

Mandatory Interviews Will Further Delay Green Card Process

Posted on August 28, 2017

As if the processing of Green Card applications wasn’t taking long enough already, the US Immigration Authorities are now introducing an in-person interview segment within the process that is going to ... Read More

USCIS Denying Advance Parole

Posted on August 24, 2017

When valid non-immigrant visa holders within the United States apply to adjust their status to be an immigrant by applying for permanent residency, they can simultaneously apply for an advance parole ... Read More

Drastic Drop Among H1B Visa Applicants in FY Yr 2016-17

Posted on August 22, 2017

With the financial year nearing an end on September 30 coupled with the uproar over H1B work visas this past year generated by the Trump administration, there are some interesting statistics emerging ... Read More

The RAISE Act May Benefit Indians After All

Posted on August 08, 2017

The proposed Act of Reforming American Immigration for a Strong Economy (RAISE) backed by the Trump administration has been gaining a lot of global ire ever since it was suggested and supported by ... Read More