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H1-B Visa Denial Rates On the Rise

Between 2009 to 2015 fiscal years, H1-B visa denial rates maintained stability by staying below 6%. Upon the coming in of President Trump in November 2016, however, things changed. The ...

  • May 28th, 2020
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US Govt. Urges Court Not to Block Work Permit Privilege for H1-B Holders’ Spouses

The United States' government has, through the Department of Homeland Security, insisted that certain classes of spouses of H-1B holders shouldn't be denied the opportunity to work in a suit ...

  • May 21st, 2020
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US Gives H1B Visa Holders and Applicants 60-Day Grace to Respond to Notices

The United States' Customs and Immigration Service has declared its intention to grant a 60 days' relief window within which H-1B visa holders and green card applicants can respond to ...

  • May 7th, 2020
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No cause for alarm for H1-B and other non-immigration visa holders

Confusion ensued in the public space after the American president, Donald Trump announced a suspension on issuing out of green cards and other immigration procedures. Upon the announcement, an H1-B ...

  • April 30th, 2020
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Stringent H-1B Rules Standing In the Way of Coordinated COVID-19 Response, Says Federal Lawmaker

Stringent H-1B rules, such as the one that limits the practice of medical doctors on H-1B visas to the locations specifically approved in their immigration visa, stands in the way ...

  • April 23rd, 2020
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COVID-19: India Wants US to Extend H1B Visa Validity

Indian authorities have signified their intention to pressure the US into extending the validity period of H1B visas held by skilled Indian nationals in the United States. According to sources ...

  • April 19th, 2020
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