DACA decision temporary measure until next steps are determined.
Author: Arun Kumar
Indian American lawmaker Pramila Jayapal leads charge.
Renewals also limited to one year even as Trump renews promise to make DACA people happy.
Impact aims to get more Indian Americans elected to Congress down to school boards.
“Do not hold grudges,” “great help to campaign,” says Biden about former rival in cryptic notes.
Win in Democratic primary guarantees hip-hop artist Zohran Mamdani seat in November.
1.3 million Indian American voters may be potential game changers in Nov. 3 presidential poll.
Trump reversal on online-only students not for new students, says ICE.
Delay in getting renewed EAD cost spouse of Indian H-1B worker her job.
US Chamber says restrictions will push investment abroad, inhibit economic growth, reduce job creation.
Democrat Dick Durbin and Republican Mike Lee have a plan to ease their agony.
Instead of increasing jobs for locals, restrictions spur offshoring, suggests research by US think tank.
Reversal does not apply to new students requiring F-1 sponsorship, says Harvard.
Republicans, Democrats view community support as key to White House.
Unclear whether Trump administration would comply with new ruling after ignoring Supreme Court orders.
Indian American, 32 other senators make demand as USCIS rejects new applicants ignoring top court.
No valid visas will be revoked under Trump proclamation, assures State Department.
United Airlines to operate 18 flights between US, India from July 17 to 31.
Strong on borders, it will also take care of 700,000 dreamers.
Democrat also promises to protect dreamers, create roadmap to citizenship for 11 million undocumented.
Together plan to make millions of Indians owners of smartphones, says Sundar Pichai.
States say new rule “fails to consider the harm to international students and their families.”
Closing half foreign students from recruiting pipeline will harm US companies and economy, say tech biggies.
Commits to make Indian American physicians’ body stronger at virtual ceremony.
Ban on online-only students ‘gratuitous, cruel, and inimical to what this country is about.’