Category Archives: US Work Visa

Travelers Race to US Before Trump Reinstates Travel Ban

Federal Judge vs President Trump Last week thousands gathered at JFK Airport to protest the detention of several travelers who had valid visas when embarking upon their flights, but who ran afoul of President Trump’s executive order restricting travel from several Middle Eastern, Muslim-majority countries. This week travelers from those seven predominantly Muslim countries are […]

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Indian Outsourcing Firms Prep for Curbs on H-1B Visa Workers Under Trump

India has a massive $108 billion technology-outsourcing industry that has been having to rethink their hiring procedure in America because of the changes the Trump administration is enforcing. India’s mammoth technology outsourcing industry is having to rethink hiring practices in the U.S., its largest market Donald Trump has chastised U.S. businesses for offshoring American jobs. […]

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Trump’s Ban Affects American Companies

Trump’s Next Immigration Move to Hit Closer to Home for Tech Many technology companies in the United States rely on foreign talent to fill the lack of technological talent in America. These tech companies are revolting against the ban on refugees, travelers, and immigrants, primarily from Muslim countries. If the ban does complete the intended […]

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H-1B Visa Holders Help Increase American’s Income

Over the years, immigration policies have both hurt and helped the United States economically. Recently, economist agreed that the increasing number of highly skilled foreign workers in the U.S. on a work visa will help incomes rise. Immigration News: Economist say Immigrants with Advantaged Degrees Help Incomes Rise   During Donald Trump’s campaign he kept going back and forth […]

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Obama Left a Gift For Foreign Entrepreneurs

  Congress was tough on their decision in 2014 that they were not going to pass bipartisan immigration reform. Former President, Barrack Obama, vowed when he was in office that he was going to take whatever steps he could to bypass the Congress’ decision. Obama’s main point on his immigration agenda was to make it […]

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What To Expect With Donald Trump’s Immigration Policy

Donald Trump’s Immigration Policy Today marks the first day of the Trump administration being in power. In the first day we have already seen some changes to the white house website. The white house website instantly scrubbed off climate change, civil rights, LGBT, immigration, and healthcare pages. These pages are no longer available on the […]

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Immigrating to Miami? There’s a Neighborhood Just For You

Picking the Best Neighborhood Based on Your Lifestyle If you’re looking to immigrate to Miami, Florida on a work visa, you’re not alone. The Miami-Dade County in Florida has experienced a 20 percent growth within the last ten years much because of its recent immigration. Because of the immigration growth the county now has the […]

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Possible Change to H-1B Visa Coming Soon

Immigration News: Changing H-1B Visa Requirements With the impending new president in office within two days, congress has been reviewing and expecting to change visa requirements this year. One of the visas that is up to change is the H-1B visa. The House Judiciary Committee has been reviewing a bill that would require the employers […]

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Miami Has Become a Hot Spot For Immigrants

Why Immigrants Have Chose Miami     Miami, Florida is a melting pot for foreign workers. The city welcomes thousands of immigrant workers every year but in order for them to work in the United States there is a list of documents needed. There are a few different types of visas for foreign workers depending […]

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U.S. Children Nervous About Possible DACA Changes

Immigration News In 2012, Barrack Obama created an American immigration policy called the DACA. The DACA stands for “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals”. This policy stated that it would allow certain undocumented immigrants who entered the country as minors to receive a renewable two-year period of deferred action from deportation and eligibility for a work […]

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