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USCIS Proposal to Welcome Foreign Entrepreneurs

International entrepreneurs are likely to benefit from a new rule proposed by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). This new rule would allow some entrepreneurs to obtain temporary permission, also known as “parole”, to stay in the U.S. During their time in the U.S., they can build their businesses. The new rule will allow …

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USCIS News Updates

USCIS to Bid Adieu to its Legacy e-Filing System U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will soon replace its legacy e-Filing system with the new Electronic Immigration System. The agency has decided to put an end to its e-Filing system in order to maintain data security standards. Some of the USCIS forms were available for …

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H-2B Visa Cap for First Half of Fiscal Year 2014 Reached

The H-2B visa program helps U.S. employers who are unable to find workers in the U.S. to bring workers from abroad to the U.S. for non-agricultural jobs. Employers who wish to bring non-agricultural workers to the U.S. need to file Form I-129, Petition for Non-immigrant Worker, for those workers and sponsor them. U.S. employers can bring …

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63 Countries Eligible to Take Part in H-2A and H-2B Visa Programs

H-2A and H-2B visa programs allow U.S. employers to hire foreign workers. Workers who come to the U.S. through these visa programs fill temporary agricultural and non-agricultural jobs. To get agricultural workers H-2A non-immigrant visas, the sponsoring U.S. employers must offer those workers temporary or seasonal jobs in the U.S. The employers must demonstrate that …

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US Citizenship and Immigration Services: Overview

US Citizenship and Immigration services a component of the US Department of Homeland Security deals with services related to immigration and is responsible for overseeing lawful immigration into the country. This agency offers immigration and citizenship benefits to its customers. The goal of the USCIS is to strengthen the security of the country’s immigration system. Flexible immigration policies are …

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Beware of the New USCIS Telephone Scam

According to the American Immigration Lawyers Association, foreign nationals are being victimized by scammers who pose as USCIS immigration officers and the association has received reports of a new USCIS phone scam. Foreign nationals are being targeted by these scammers and these scammers call the foreign nationals and tell them that the USCIS has identified …

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What is the Fee for US Immigrant Visa?

The US Department of State is responsible for granting immigrant visas to the applicants abroad through overseas US Consulates and Embassies. After the approval of the applications and after the immigrant visa interviews, visa applicants will receive their stamped passports in a package that also includes documents related to their immigrant visa applications. These foreign …

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What Are the Exact Steps to Make An Appointment with USCIS?

USCIS InfoPass is a free service that permits USCIS customers to schedule appointments with USCIS officers. If you have issues related to immigration and if you need to speak to an immigration officer, you can make an InfoPass appointment at any time, using the internet. You can schedule an appointment while at home and you …

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USCIS has Extended the TPS Re-registration Period for Haitians

USCIS has now extended the TPS re-registration period and USCIS will accept petitions filed by eligible Haitian nationals who wish to maintain their temporary protected status in America for 18 more months, through 29th January, 2013. Earlier USCIS announced that the applications for re-registration must be filed on or before November 30, 2012 and now, …

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