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USCIS Site-Visits: Officers Visiting H-1B Workers’ Homes During Pandemic

Posted on November 30, 2020

With the Covid-19 pandemic in full swing, and a national emergency declared in the U.S. by March 2020, most workers have been working remotely, from home ever since. This includes foreign workers on ... Read More

December 2020 Visa Bulletin: EB-3 India Retrogresses, FB-2A Current

Posted on November 24, 2020

The U.S. State department released its third visa bulletin for FY2021 but the last one this year. While the first two started with a bang and had a lot of forward movement for the employment based ... Read More

International Student Enrollment Drops By 43%: President-Elect Joe Biden Offers Green Cards For F1 Visa Holders

Posted on November 18, 2020

Under the Trump administration, international students coming to the U.S. on F1 visas have been continuously targeted. This coupled with the Coronavirus pandemic of 2020, the overall foreign student ... Read More

US Citizenship Naturalization Test Changed: New, Revised Version Goes Live Dec 1, 2020

Posted on November 13, 2020

Starting December 1, 2020 USCIS will administer a new, updated version of the naturalization civics test for applicants who apply for U.S. citizenship. Learning and passing a test on American ... Read More

How To Downgrade From EB-2 To EB-3: Step-By-Step Guide

Posted on November 11, 2020

As everyone awaits the last visa bulletin for this year, excitement is still high from the last two visa bulletins released by USCIS.  Both October’s and November’s visa bulletins had a significant ... Read More

US President-elect Joe Biden Promises More H1-B Visas, Reduced Green Card Backlogs Next Year

Posted on November 09, 2020

Vice President Joe Biden’s victory in the US Presidential elections will be a victory for US immigration as well. Promising a comprehensive immigration reform, Joe Biden not only intends to increase ... Read More

U.S. Judge Blocks Public Charge Rule Against Green Card Applicants Nationwide

Posted on November 03, 2020

A U.S. District judge in Illinois has completely rejected the Public Charge rule that denies permanent residency to immigrants who might need public assistance in the form of food stamps, and housing ... Read More