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US Citizenship Application Backlog Doubles

Posted on November 14, 2017

2016 happened to be the busiest year for US Naturalization applications in a decade. This sudden barrage of US citizenship applications consequently led to a huge backlog. And today, this backlog ... Read More

UPDATED: Non-US Citizens Can Still Travel Via Turkey

Posted on November 13, 2017

UPDATED:In a recent missive issued by each government, The US and Turkish embassies in each country are now accepting applications for a limited number of non-immigrant visas and processing will begin ... Read More

H1B Visa 2019 Lottery Announced

Posted on November 08, 2017

A maximum of 65,000 H1-B visas are issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) each year. This visa is required if a foreign professional wishes to come into the United ... Read More

India Ranks High For US Immigration – Legal & Illegal

Posted on November 07, 2017

2016 saw the victory of Donald Trump as the United States President. Hence that, the world also saw the slow demise of immigration to the United States. This, due to the strong stand taken by the ... Read More

Immigration Rhetoric Brings Unrest Among US Citizens and Immigrants Alike

Posted on November 03, 2017

With the recent terror attacks in New York and the suspect having come into the country through the Visa Diversity Program, President trump suggested the closure of the program itself. This, after he ... Read More

New Security Measures for US Bound Flights

Posted on October 26, 2017

Countries and their airports around the world were told by the Trump administration to follow a certain diktat of security protocols or risk their airlines from being prohibited from entering the ... Read More

Tougher Scrutiny on Non-Immigrant Visa Extensions Announced

Posted on October 24, 2017

The non-immigrant visas like H-1B and L1 are getting their nooses tightened…again. Under the Buy American, Hire American initiatives of the Trump Government, the past several months have seen various ... Read More