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America's H1-B Famine

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services recently announced that the allotment of H-1B visas for 2015 has been filled.  The H-1B visa cap maxed out only a week after filing began.  305 more words

Hillary Clinton Talks Tech In Bay Area Visit, Admits Mulling 2016 Presidential Run

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS / AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton said Tuesday that if Silicon Valley executives want to persuade Congress to let them hire more high-skilled professionals from abroad, they would have a better case if they also funded college-based training programs for U.S. 658 more words

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Annual H-1B Fiscal Year Cap Season: Many who play this “lottery” will not win.

April 1st commences the H-1B temporary worker application season in immigration when employers file their H-1B visa applications with the two federal processing facilities located in Vermont and California. 762 more words

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What Every H-1B Employer and Applicant should know!

H-1B season is here! The first date of filing, April 1, is approaching. Most Employers, Applicants and Attorneys are ready to file.  The last week in March sure is busy.  832 more words

Case Study: Foreign Student Entrepreneur Obtains Visa and Grows Business with International Talent

Every foreign entrepreneur starts with a business idea and a dream of what this idea may become. Some want to launch a business idea while completing their studies in the U.S. 928 more words

Immigrant Entrepreneur

New York Restaurant Hit with I-9 Penalties

Some of our more regular readers may recall our article on one of the largest I-9 compliance busts ever late last year. It looks like I-9 compliance issues have made its way into the news again, but this time to a small restaurant in New York. 372 more words

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