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  • H-1B visa spouses to get work permits soon

    With more than a year lapsing since the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) first proposed to amend immigration law to allow H-4 visa holders, the spouses of those holding H-1B visas, to work under certain conditions, the U.S. federal agency this week announced the formal publication of the new rules, implying that they would enter… Read More »

    May 12, 2014
  • 11 Interesting Statistics On H1B Visa & Green Card Applications

    The United States of America is world’s most powerful country in terms of economic development, military capability and technological innovations and discoveries. The US Dollar, which is the official currency of USA is a standard which is followed in every country on this Earth. The American society, in general, appreciates the failures of a person… Read More »

    May 12, 2014
  • Best jobs for the future

    Financial gurus at Kiplinger’s have combed the job lists and come up with a rundown of jobs that have potential. These are well-paid jobs that are expected to expand in the next few years. Additionally, they included stress in the evaluation criteria — and “most of these promising professions are less stressful than average, based… Read More »

    May 12, 2014
  • U.S. Proposes Immigration Rules To Help High-Skilled Workers

    Newly proposed rules for highly skilled immigrants to the United States, including a provision to allow their spouses to work, are aimed at making it easier to keep those talented science, technology and engineering workers in the country, officials said on Tuesday. “These individuals are American families in waiting,” U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker said.… Read More »

    May 12, 2014
  • Indian women on H4 visas eager to get back to work

    Reaction to the news that H4 visa holders could finally get to enter the workforce has been enthusiastic. The American Bazaar spoke to four women, all of whom were forced to leave their homes and jobs behind in India to live in unemployment in the US. Now, on the cusp of possibly being able to work… Read More »

    May 12, 2014
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