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  • A solution to the US immigration debate

    In one corner: various tech organizations who claim they have an extensive number of unfilled positions and cannot discover suitable skilled American workers to fill everything their needs, and in this manner need to hires skilled foreign workers through a H-1B visa program. In the other corner: Immigration cynics, including most likely every unemployed software… Read More »

    Feb 29, 2016
  • Tourism
    Survey suggests India e-Tourist Visa for 180 days

    The Economic Survey 2015-16 recommends that the e-Tourist Visa window ought to be to 180 days rather than the present 30 days. The survey focused on the needs of a various travel immigrants’ needs towards the e-Tourist Visa rather than the current single passage to support Indian tourism industry. The overview, introduced in parliament on… Read More »

    Feb 29, 2016
  • UK Visa
    India tops the most visa issued group in UK

    The UK’s Office of National Statistics said in its quarterly relocation report that Indians stowed most of the 92,062 visas issued to skilled immigrants in 2015. Indians likewise made the highest tax contributions among all groups of foreign immigration groups. It appears as they shaped that biggest gathering of workers outside the European Union (EU)… Read More »

    Feb 27, 2016
  • Indian student immigration in the US grew by 30% in 2015

    Mr. Philip Min, Consul General of US in Chennai, said that India now stands second, behind only to China, as the country of origin for most foreign students studying in the US currently and India is outpacing China’s growth in this area. This makes it official that India stands second only to China as the… Read More »

    Feb 27, 2016
  • Start your US H1-B visa process today

    The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will begin accepting work based US H-1B petitions from the businesses of the US amid the five business days in the month of April. In the event that USCIS gets more than the latest designated cap of 85,000 H-1Bs for the year 2017 that would begin from… Read More »

    Feb 26, 2016
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