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Immigrants seeking a faster way to get a working visa will have to wait some more

IMMIGRATION Immigrants seeking a faster way to get a working visa will have to wait some more BY JOHANNA A. ÁLVAREZ [email protected] August 30, 2018 11:58 AM The premium processing for H1-B petitions, which allow immigrants to pay an extra fee to get a quick response to their cases, will remain suspended for the next Read More

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WORKING VISA TYPES FOR GRADUATES, DEADLINES AND QUOTA

WORKING VISA TYPES FOR GRADUATES, DEADLINES AND QUOTA H-1B Work Visas While you are in F-1 practical training status you may apply for the H-1B work visa. This visa is what 95% of foreign students who wish to work in the U.S. obtain while in F-1 practical training status. This visa category is reserved for Read More

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Controversial advertisement in BART stations ignites H1B1 visa immigration debate

Controversial advertisement in BART stations ignites H1B1 visa immigration debate  Amervisa will like to add a comment that the above mentioned subject of H1-B1 visa is probably referring to H1B category the general work visa not the H1-B1 that is a visa specific for workers from Chile and Singapore only. POSTED: MAR 17 2018 05:04PM PDT Read More

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