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Green Card for Skilled Workers May Take Upto 12 Years to Come Through

Posted on July 13, 2017

A recent study by Pew Research determined that Indians under the skilled workers category applying for Green Cards will have an approximate 12 year wait before getting their Permanent Residency in the ... Read More

Premium H-1B Processing For Medical Doctors Resumes on June 26th

Posted on June 26, 2017

Under the Conrad 30 and Interested Government Agency waiver programs, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) would be resuming its premium processing of H1B petitions for ... Read More

US Visa Interviews To Get Stricter

Posted on June 01, 2017

The Office of the Press Secretary at the White House has issued a directive to US Embassies asking them to heighten screening and vetting protocols and procedures before issuing visas. Every applicant ... Read More

Cognizant Clamps Down On Green Card Filing

Posted on May 25, 2017

Giant Technology Solutions firm, Cognizant is clamping down on filing for Permanent Residency Green Cards for its employees under the EB1 and EB2 categories. Wanting to have a bigger onsite presence, ... Read More

Alternate Visas To Explore If You Do Not Get Through The H1B Cap

Posted on May 23, 2017

With the elaborate crackdown by the Trump administration on issuing of H1B visas, working professionals in specialized cadres are looking to see if there are alternatives to explore going forward. ... Read More

USCIS Announces H-1B Cap Met for FY 2018

Posted on April 07, 2017

The United States Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that the 65,000, congressionally mandated 2018 Visa H-1B cap has been met, as well as, has the 20,000 United States Advanced Degree ... Read More

As EB-5 Program Latest Deadline Rapidly Approaches, Foreign Investors Rush to Apply

Posted on March 31, 2017

With the April 28 deadline for the EB-5 immigrant visa program rapidly approaching, developers and foreign nationals are rushing to apply. The future of the program is reportedly uncertain as congress ... Read More