The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments in the case challenging President Obama’s executive actions on immigration on April 18, 2016.
Certain STEM students (primarily science and technology students) who concluded their 12 months of optional practical training will be able to extend the period for an additional 24 months.
Medical specialists who agree to practice in any area designated by the Secretary of Health and Human Services as having a shortage of healthcare professionals may be eligible for the physician national interest waiver. Specialty care physicians are eligible for a waiver if they are working in areas identified as shortage designations.
A new study concluded that there are 5.21 million U.S. citizen children and 910,000 other citizen family members living in the same household as DAPA-eligible individuals. California leads the nation in the number of total citizen family members of DAPA-eligible individuals, followed by Texas, New York and Illinois.
New study shows that immigrant entrepreneurs started more than half (44 out of 87) of America’s startup companies valued at 1 billion or more, and hold management and product development positions in more than 70 percent of those companies. In other words, immigrants would make even more important contributions to the U.S. economy when intelligent […]
Who is eligible for such a working visa (H-1B)? An alien who (1) is offered a position which REQUIRES a college degree (at least B.A. or B.S.C.), and who (2) has the required DEGREE or WORKING EXPERIENCE EQUIVALENT to the required degree. Sounds reasonable, sounds simple. But here comes the JOKE: the JOKE is in […]
Remember DAPA? This was President Obama’s program to grant EMPLOYMENT PERMITS and PROTECTION from DEPORTATION to parents of American Citizen children. This program was supposed to start a year ago in May 2015, but it got stuck in the courts. The STATE of TEXAS filed a lawsuit against the government claiming that this program would […]