Category Archives: Other temporary and non-immigrant Visas
Which work visa is right for you?
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If you are interested in coming to the U.S. to work, you may be overwhelmed by all the visa options that United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) offers.

Tech industry pushes for immigration reform through new campaign

Thousands gathered on the National Mall last April to advocate for immigration reform. A new campaign launched Monday by tech leaders aims to push Congress to pass immigration reform legislation.

Preparing for a visa interview
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Individuals preparing for a visa interview should be aware of several important guidelines. Failure to follow these steps may result in the application being denied.

Lawmakers Hope To Curb Human Rights Abuses, Attacks Against Migrants Along U.S.-Mexico Border
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House lawmakers Wednesday will introduce new legislation aimed at curbing the growing violence along the U.S.-Mexico border that has left dozens of Mexicans, Americans, and others dead or injured as a result of murky use-of-force policies at the U.S. Customs … Continue reading

How America Loses a Job Every 43 Seconds
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The first of next month is a big day for the U.S., and not because it’s April Fools’ Day. April 1 is when the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services begins accepting new H-1B visa petitions for 2015.

How immigration reform could boost our national defense
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Encouraging bright minds to stay in the United States after graduation, grow businesses and create jobs is critical to secure our country’s position as a high-tech hub and global leader in innovation. It’s also important to our national security.

Visas for immigrant students in the U.S.
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There are two main visas available for students who want to further their education in the United States. These visas are known as the F1 and M1 visas, and the type of school and course of study the applicant is … Continue reading

U.S. government to extend status for Haitians
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Haitians living in the United States will continue to be protected under U.S. law by Temporary Protected Status (TPS), which will be extended an additional 18 months, according to the U.S. government. The Department of Homeland Security has designated places in … Continue reading

Correcting 4 myths about immigration
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Comprehensive immigration reform has garnered support from voters representing both political parties across the United States.

Information on H2-B visas
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United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) provides a visa for immigrant workers who are employed in seasonal, non-agricultural work in the United States. This visa is known as the H2-B visa, and is awarded to nationals of specific countries … Continue reading