US Visa Immigration News and Updates - Part 5

New National Vetting Center for US Visitors

Posted on February 06, 2018

In support of the extreme vetting of visitors to the United States advocated by the Trump administration, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in partnership with the Justice department and other ... Read More

What’s in For the NRI in India’s 2018 Budget

Posted on February 05, 2018

After the Modi Government passed the budget for 2018, a lot of sectors are reacting to its impending impact on its people. While the biggest winners are the agricultural and healthcare sectors, the ... Read More

UPDATED: Decision For NRIs to Get New Color-Coded Passports Rescinded

Posted on January 30, 2018

Updated:The Indian Foreign Ministry has retracted its announcement regarding a new type of passport issued exclusively for those Non-Resident Indians who require an Emigration check before departing ... Read More

What to Expect from the New H-1B Bill of 2018?

Posted on January 29, 2018

The Immigration Innovation Act of 2018 that has been introduced to the Congress seems to be leaning in favor of the employed, immigrant population. The Bill is yet to be passed but is very much ... Read More

H1-B Visa Applications for 2019 Expected to be High Despite Restrictions

Posted on January 25, 2018

After the furor surrounding immigration and the subsequent whiplash to the H1B, non-immigrant work visas in year 2017, there were a lot of repercussions, especially towards how the visa holders were ... Read More

Recent Changes to USCIS Operations

Posted on January 23, 2018

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) have recently announced some changes that may affect operations in certain centers. Since many of the USCIS activities are fee-funded, it ... Read More

CBP Permitted to Access Your Email Password Before Boarding a US Flight

Posted on January 19, 2018

There have many changes to air travel lately. Some rules were introduced, some implemented and still some others were discontinued. However, going forward the one policy that’s going to increase in ... Read More