Category Archives: US Work Visa

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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America is Preparing to Protect Their Immigrants

America is Preparing to Protect Their Immigrants “I don’t feel safe” these words have been pouring out of many immigrants mouth since the news of Trump becoming America’s next president. President elect Donald Trump has vowed to start deportations within his first hour in office. So what does this mean for the 11 million undocumented […]

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How Reduced H-1B Visas Hurts US Banks

You’re an IT professional with years of training and experience in the financial sector, but you can’t find a decent job at home. The US offers so many employment opportunities for you… if only the government weren’t clamping down on the number of H-1B visas it issues. Read on to learn how the H-1B visa […]

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Beware! These 3 Things Get People Denied Entry to the US Every Day

Hundreds of thousands of people enter the US through any one of the dozens of ports that dot the country’s lengthy borders. Not everyone who tries to enter is actually allowed in, though. In fact, hundreds of people are turned away at the US border every day. Why? Read on to learn the top three […]

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Why 56% of India’s US Work Visas Get Rejected

Despite improving relations with the United States, India suffered the highest number of US work visa rejections – a staggering 56 per cent over the last couple of years. Between 2012 and 2014, India’s L-1B visa denials rose well above the average 13 per cent for other countries whose citizens applied for a US work visa. The data, collected from the […]

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How Truck Drivers Can Get a US Work Visa in 3 Easy Steps

According to the American Trucking Associations, “To move 9.2 billion tons of freight annually requires nearly 3 million heavy-duty Class 8 trucks and over 3 million truck drivers.” America needs truck drivers. If you are a foreign worker hoping to work as a truck driver in the US, you may be served best by applying […]

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Your Boss May Be Causing You To Lose Out On Citizenship

Your dream goal of moving to the United States is seemingly within reach, but are you worried your employer isn’t taking all the right steps to help you get there? US employers have a responsibility to sponsor their prospective employees so that they can become permanent residents. Getting a green card and gaining US citizenship […]

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