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Rules Unveiled for Asylum Seekers in the US
On Thursday, President Donald Trump unveiled yet another aggressive move regarding immigration policy. This is coming just two days after the country’s midterm election in which the Republicans lost its majority power to the Democrats despite the much effort by Mr Trump to get votes via the immigration stance. Asylum seekers who break border laws…

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Immigration is an Economic Necessity, Not a Threat to US
The United States of America is a nation with distinguished achievements in all human endeavours. The country has received tremendous contributions from different peoples from different backgrounds – simply put, the US thrives on diversity. Immigration has been a core of the country’s operations. Going forward, every nation or organization must never forget where it’s…

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USA Recommends New Reforms to H-1B Visa Programme
The administration of Trump intends to revise the employment definition and specialty professions below the H-1B visas, a change which could have an unfavorable impact on IT companies of India in the U.S.A. It creates a large gap between employers and employees. USCIS New Proposals on H1-B Visa The U.S.C.I.S intends to reach out with…

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US Visa Strongly Supports Science and Tech MBAs
A regular MBA from an American business school could not have been the best qualification to allow Harleen Kaur Bhomrah to fulfill her dream of building a career in the US. Despite, the recruitment head turned his mind when Ms. Bhomrah, who is Indian, told that the MBA she had finished with the STEM, designation,…

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USA: Senators demand Employment Authorization for women on H-4 Visas
Two Democratic senators have urged the Trump administration against going ahead with the revocation decision regarding authorization to immigrants on H-4 visas. Majority of these are Indian-Americans, and this act would have a great impact on 100,000 women. Senators Kamala Harris (California) and Kirsten Gillibrand (New York) have sent letters on this issue to Kirstjen…

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