The Startup Visa provisions per the comprehensive immigration reform 2013 bill. Very exciting updates.
A summary of the JOLT Act that creates a retiree visa that allows one to buy a house and reside in the United States under the immigration reform bill…more
This article explains the eligibility details of the Startup VIsa Act of 2013…more
Selective highlights from the comprehensive immigration reform bill 2013…more
This article explains what undocumented people will have to do to get citizenship through comprehensive reform…more
This is an article about the H1b visa quota for fiscal year 2014 being exhausted in the first week and what to do next…more
This article discusses the elimination of the F3 and F4 visa categories in immigration reform…more
This article details the elimination of the 1-94 paper form and explains its automated replacement…more
An article that discusses why one should consider the immigration laws of their own country before taking up naturalization in the U.S…more
An article about the recent news of retrogression for the visa category "Worldwide EB2."…more
A brief summary of the new "Entrepreneur in Residence" initiative by USCIS launched on February 22, 2012…more
A summary of visa availability updates for various family-based and employment-based categories…more
A look back at immigration law in 2011 and a review of some positive changes that may occur in 2012…more
A brief summary and update of the visa availability…more
The USCIS, in line with current government policy, issued new regulations to work within the current law to help boost the economy by way of allowing entrepreneurs the option to apply for green cards…more
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