Workers come to find jobs in the U.S. to improve their skills, their education level, travel in the U.S. and just to get a feel of the American life. Working abroad in the U.S. is also a wonderful way for individuals to spend a summer abroad or spend a gap year. There are ample opportunities […]Continue Reading
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When traveling or moving to the US for a job such as an engineer, there are many different requirements and regulations you ought to meet. Along with this, there are qualifications, degrees and connections that would very much help your case in obtaining a work visa to come to the United States. Visa Requirements for an […]Continue Reading
Every year, thousands of cooks and chefs from around the world come to the United States to expand their culinary knowledge and settle into a new home. The United States is known as the melting pot of the world, mixing endless ethnicities, nationalities, and culture into the food industry. There is an endless amount of […]Continue Reading
A large number of international students are currently studying in the United States. There is a substantial amount of job opportunities for students as they are given a chance to work for certain period. Job-hunting as an international student can be difficult, as employers may well be unaware about cultural differences and visa requirements. We […]Continue Reading
This past week, the Trump administration proposed the revocation of a rule that allowed the spouses of immigrant workers to work while in the US. This rule was initiated in 2015 under the Obama administration, and it provided that the spouses of H-1B, high skilled, visa holders could work in the US on their H-4 […]Continue Reading
Yes, the Midwest Needs Immigrants, Here’s Why A recent report written by demographer Rob Paral states “For the cities of the Midwest, restricting current immigration levels is the last thing they need: an unnecessary tourniquet applied to a precious supply of regional residents and workers.” Immigration has helped plenty Midwestern cities semi-reverse years and years […]Continue Reading
The CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, in conjunction with other internet giants like the CEO of Yahoo and Chairman of Google, has launched a lobby group for American immigration reform. According to the UK Guardian, Zuckerberg’s new immigration lobby group is called “Forward US” and he wrote an editorial for the Washington Post about what […]Continue Reading
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