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2017-2018: Best healthcare-related jobs in USA

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Everyone is constantly striving for a better health. That is why healthcare-related jobs have such a big impact in almost every culture and location. These jobs represent life, hope and a bright future. People working in the healthcare sector are among the highest-paying people and the reason behind their considerable ...

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Form I-140: Individuals of Extraordinary Ability Application Guide

Form I-140 is an application package available for Individuals of Extraordinary Ability. This extraordinary ability category is especially reserved for the part of immigrants that have extraordinary ability in different fields such as sciences, arts, business, education, or athletics.  These abilities should have been demonstrated in “sustained national or international ...

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Best cities in USA for healthcare jobs

Healthcare is one of the fastest-growing industries in USA today. It represents a must-have aspect of life to which everyone needs to have quick access. But, despite the fact this industry is constantly seeking for new skilled professionals to fill shortages and assure American citizens with a professional health care ...

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Unite States is Sued by different Civil Liberties Groups

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Yesterday, the Civil liberties groups announced that they are intending to file different lawsuits against the United States government. These lawsuits will be related to how the travel ban signed into existence through executive order by President Donald Trump is now being enforced by all federal agencies. Lawsuits were filled ...

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Asylum Seekers decision is left intact by the US Court

The US Supreme Court reopened a heated debate on the issue of illegal immigration back on Monday. It declined the Central American women and children seeking asylum in the US appeal that wanted clarification of the constitutional rights of immigrants that are prioritized for deportation by the United States government ...

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Renewing or replacing your green card

If you are a permanent resident in the United States and your green card is 10 years old, then it should be renewed. This is because it is either expired or will be expired in the following months. In order to begin your green card renewal process, you must: Fil ...

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The H-1B visa applications hit cap in just 4 days

It is a known fact that USCIS is experiencing an overwhelming demand for H-1B visas again. Back on Friday, U.S citizenship and Immigration Services declared that it has now officially reached its congressionally managed threshold of around 85,000 visas for this new fiscal year. This news comes just 5 days ...

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