Pilot project to allow P, H, I, L, E, and O visa stamping within US to start in summer 2023.
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A fired Indian woman shares how it has been to survive in the volatile US job market.
Their political, economic clout is growing, but immigration system remains their biggest concern
Its processing time 2 to 10 times longer than counterparts in other English-speaking nations, says Manhattan Institute.
Indians in green card backlog welcome Indian American lawmaker’s strong support for Eagle Act
17% increase in H&L work visa applications; waiting time reduced, says US mission
Move will bring major relief to Indian professionals who get bulk of visas for high skilled foreign workers
Expert calls for expansion of skilled immigration saying operation of H-1B visa has not kept pace with US needs
Expanded grace period may benefit spouses of H-1B visa recipients, green card and asylum applicants
‘US losing billions of dollars in production, decreasing tax revenue and harming US competitiveness due to arbitrary H 1B caps’
Durbin also introduces bill to eliminate green card backlog, protect “aging out” children and lift per-country limitations
Step may benefit spouses of Indian tech professionals who have lost jobs due to delays in processing of their EADs
The Trump rule would have changed H-1B selection from lottery to ranking based generally on corresponding wage levels
An Indian mother shares her poignant story of how unfair immigration laws are wreaking havoc in peoples’ lives.
‘Big Tech giving the most lucrative and valuable career opportunities to foreigners,’ alleges Republican Jim Banks.
Form I-290B requests to re-adjudicate denied H-1B petitions must be submitted by April 26, 2022
‘Green card backlogs have created uncertainty for major employers and caused anxiety among employees & families’
New policy to help 136,000 Indian legal dreamers, children of H-1B workers
US consulates issuing more 221(g) forms seeking additional information during Covid travel ban
New “America Works” initiative seeks reforms to legal immigration system to address worker shortage crisis.
30 percent non-citizens possess a green card and 27 percent are H-1B visa holders.
A good compromise bill is better than none, say immigration experts
New bipartisan legislation to eliminate per country cap on employment based visas.
“‘Filing for an extension after three years is an unnecessary and expensive burden.”
DHS removes Trump-era H-1B rule narrowing the definition of “speciality” vacated by court.