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New US Travel Ban – Here’s What You Need to Know

Posted on September 25, 2017

A new travel ban has been set in motion since the last one meant for 90 days expired on September 24, 2017. The refugee ban expires in October. This more permanent travel ban is tailored to certain ... Read More

How Do Indians Land the Most H1B Visas?

Posted on September 22, 2017

The US government has tightened its grip on the issue of visa distributions. Travel bans put in place, visas being rationed out, refugees and grandparents being stalled or whole countries being barred ... Read More

Stick to Three-Month Agenda or Risk Losing US Visa

Posted on September 20, 2017

In another jolt to the visitors visiting the United States, tighter regulations continue to be the norm. They now should have a concrete three-month plan for their visit. Any deviation or change from ... Read More

EB-5 Investor Program Deadline Extended

Posted on September 15, 2017

Yet another extension for the EB-5 investor program was announced that pushed the deadline to December 8, 2017. The current date was to end as of September 30, 2017. This was done to bring in more ... Read More

Want to Increase Your Chances of Getting a US Student Visa? Promise to Leave After Graduation.

Posted on September 14, 2017

According to the recently revised Foreign Affairs Manual, the Department of State has emphasized the need to ensure that foreign students coming to the United States for college education have an exit ... 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

Immigrants Denied Entry During the Travel Ban Can Now Reapply for Visas

Posted on September 07, 2017

When President Trump signed the first executive order barring people from entering the United States, over 700 travelers from seven countries were either detained or sent back to the country they came ... Read More