Pranav Singh, a critical care physician, chose to return after living in the US for 15 years.
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Thousands of Indians stuck in green card lines lament wastage of a million residency permits
Indians stuck in green card backlog face yet another disappointment
Democrats backed by White House looking at alternative ways to provide lawful status for immigrants in budget reconciliation
Disappointment over absence of Rep Zoe Lofgren and Sen Mike Lee from the list of those seeking Congressional action
Social media campaign on to press lawmakers to join move initiated by Indian American congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi
Total green card backlog for Indians would increase to nearly 2.2 million by FY 2030, according to new NFAP study
Immigration attorney, Greg Siskind asks employment based green card applicants to join lawsuit against USCIS.
New bipartisan legislation to eliminate per country cap on employment based visas.
Doctors, nurses and other health care workers who are on Covid frontline highlight their plight.
They write in and tweet to the California Democrat, author of the Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act, H.R. 1044.
â€˜Inhumane green card backlog adversely affecting Covid Warriors and other immigrants from India.
â€œAt best, the immigration bill is just a hope, till it becomes a law.â€
Legislation increases employment-based visas, exempts family of permanent residents from caps.
Indians, Chinese most impacted by green card country caps.
There are many slips between the cup and the lips, caution immigration advocates.
If Trump signs the bill, it will end nationality discrimination in Green Card allocation.
H-1B workers from India with aged out children face family separation.
Nearly 200,000 will die waiting in the line, predicts Washington think tank.
Change would prevent high skilled professionals from working in the US while on foreign payroll.
Urges Congress to allow thousands of Indian doctors on green card backlog to bolster US healthcare system.
Skilled Indians to bear brunt of a broken system, according to CATO institute.
Dr Nitesh Jain explains why Indian physicians on the frontline feel disappointed by US immigration laws.
Immigration Voice highlights plight ofÂ Indian physicians on the frontline of battle against COVID-19.
Indians in America have been lobbying for S.386, a bill to remove Green Card country caps.