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Mar 01, 2018
For H1B workers who filed for Green Cards close to 2008 crash date, latest visa bulletins sparking quiet optimismSeen through the lens of folks who have applied in years later than 2011, the US visa bulletin is an unbearably slow animal but the mood is upbeat for those who filed for Green Cards in the years just before or around the time of the Great Crash of 2008.
Feb 14, 2018
H1B workers stare down immigration rabbit hole that’s going nowhere till the 11th hourIndian H1B workers in the US hoping the ongoing immigration debate will deliver a faster path to a Green Card are staring down a rabbit hole where the best case outcome will be a 11th hour deal, nothing less.
Feb 12, 2018
High stakes game for H1B workers on Green Card waitlist as immigration showdown begins in US todayNearly ~1.5 million Indians on Green Card (GC) waitlists will be treated to edge of the seat jabbing on immigration negotiation in the US Congress starting this week as Trump’s favourite Senator Tom Cotton from Arkansas gets another shot at the spotlight for what is likely to be a historic push to change the fundamental moorings of America’s immigration policy.
Feb 09, 2018
H1B workers' Green Card blues make inroads into Washington DCOn Thursday, against the backdrop of the US Congress dome and the looming shadow of a coming immigration overhaul, a swoop of Indians from all over America rallied for ending Green Card backlogs which they claim is eating into the community’s collective mojo.
Feb 06, 2018
H1B, Green Card, H4 issues face strong DACA headwinds in gridlocked Washington DCNo wall, no deal, says Trump. Gridlock week has arrived again as bickering US lawmakers face a tight deadline for reaching deals on what to do with 700,000 immigrants who were brought into America illegally as children while Donald Trump is wagging an accusing finger at his opponents as a government shutdown looms.
Feb 04, 2018
H1B, H4 visa holders from 30 US states will put Green Card woes in spotlight in Trump backyard Feb 8Indians on H1B and H4 visas waiting for their green card backlog to clear up are going to pour in to Washington DC on February 7 and 8 from across 30 American states in a bid to ride the wave of public advocacy that will reach fever pitch all week as the Trump administration and the Opposition battle in the high stakes immigration stand off that has come to occupy the frontlines of US politics.
Oct 02, 2015
Obama Administration about turn on Green Card rule leaves Indian immigrants high and dryA sudden about-face by the State Department has left tens of thousands of highly skilled immigrants unable to apply to become legal permanent residents as they had expected to on Thursday, even though many have already paid expensive legal and medical fees to get their applications ready, according to a new lawsuit.