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  • EB-5 and the Child Status Protection Act – What You Need to Know

    A primary motivation for many EB-5 investors is acquiring permanent residency status for their children in hopes that they can attend American universities and secure jobs in the United States upon graduating. Under current immigration law, in order for one to qualify as a derivative applicant and be eligible for immigration benefits along with the primary… Read More »

    Mar 19, 2014
  • H-1B visas for temporary skilled workers could go fast this year

    Experts expect strong demand for H-1B visas that are used to bring in foreign temporary skilled workers — especially IT workers. Annual caps limit the amount of available H-1B visas available each year. And those caps could be reached within a week of the opening of this year’s filing period for new visa applications on… Read More »

    Mar 14, 2014
  • Global Migrants: Dentists and Pharmacists Jobs

    Dentists All Scandinavian countries as well as Finland say they need highly qualified and experienced dentists. There is a gap of 58% between practising dentists and dentists needed in the rural areas of India, according to the country’s Planning Comission’s 2012 report. The average annual salary of a dentist in Sweden is approximately US$78,826 Dentists… Read More »

    Mar 14, 2014
  • Global Migrants: Accountants

    Among the countries where accountants are needed are Ireland and Greece, which have been badly hit by the recent financial crisis. The financial sector has the most important needs for the highly skilled in Greece. Heavily hit by the economic crisis, Ireland needs business analysts, risk specialists and tax experts. An accountant with three to… Read More »

    Mar 12, 2014
  • H-1B visaholders ‘most sought after’ by IT firms

    With demand in the information technology (IT) services sector on the rise and costs and restrictions on long-term work visas for the US expected to increase, H-1B visa holders have become hot property for IT companies. Sources in therecruitment segment said several Indian IT servicescompanies preferred candidates with the “most sought-after” H-1B visas, against those with the same… Read More »

    Mar 11, 2014
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