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Changes Could Help Spouses of H-1B Visa Holders Work in U.S.

Changes Could Help Spouses of H-1B Visa Holders Work in U.S.

The spouses of some H-1B visa holders could receive work authorization in the U.S., according to a proposed rule change the Department of Homeland Security announced Tuesday. This change, as well as a proposal that would remove obstacles to staying in the U.S. for specific high-skilled workers, stemmed from an overview the White House provided [...]

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Lawsuit Uncovers USCIS’ Double Standards in H-1B Program

Written by on December 13, 2012 in Administration, Business, Entrepreneurship, Reform, USCIS with 3 Comments
Lawsuit Uncovers USCIS’ Double Standards in H-1B Program

For the past several years, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ (USCIS) H-1B visa review and processing procedures have caused confusion and concern among U.S. businesses that turn to highly-skilled temporary foreign workers in specialty occupations to operate successfully. In newly-uncovered documents, it appears that instead of supporting small businesses that attempt to hire highly-skilled foreign [...]

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Why the Next Einstein Can’t Get a Visa

Written by on July 3, 2012 in Business, Economics, Employment, Students, Visas with 2 Comments
Why the Next Einstein Can’t Get a Visa

By Shelby Pasell Though Einstein may be a household name in the United States, he was not born here, and he would have a hard time obtaining a visa if he were alive today. In fact, inventors behind most patents in the U.S. were born outside of the country, according to a new report by [...]

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