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USCIS finally reaches FY 2018 H-1B Cap

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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has now reached the congressionally mandated 65,000 visa H-1B cap for the fiscal year 2018. USCIS is been able to receive a sufficient number of H-1B petitions in order to meet the 20,000 visa U.S. advanced degree exemption that is also known as the master’s ...

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$1.33 billion investment in Kentucky made by Toyota

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The giant Japanese automaker Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T) admitted it is currently spending over $1.33 billion in its Kentucky plant. This is part of their 5-year plan to invest $10 billion in the United States. This giant investment in the plant which is Toyota’s largest one, comes amid uncertainty over ...

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The highest-paying company in America is…

The reason why experts suggest starting a new carrier in the tech and business consulting industries is quite obvious. The main reason? They are the highest paying industries in the United States today.  This is the conclusion that job search website Glassdoor has noted. Twenty-four from top paying companies in ...

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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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E1 visa for Treaty Traders. How to apply?

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E1 visa is a temporary work visa available for treaty traders and certain employees from qualified organizations to come to the US to be able to engage in international trade. Most common types of trade include that of services, goods, banking, tourism, insurance, transport and technology. This visa is only ...

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There are expected more US Visa Denials and Delays to Come

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Many travelers continue to face long delays due to increased security procedures for vetting many US visa applicants all over the world at their respective US embassy. According to some declarations form immigration advocates and lawyers back on Friday, governments scrutinized everything, from social media accounts to their work histories. ...

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