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Trump admin proposes to scrap computerised lottery system to select H-1B visas

This new selection process would incentivise employers to offer higher wages or petition for positions requiring higher skills and higher-skilled workers instead of using the programme to fill relatively lower-paid vacancies.

US Polls: An election that hackers, Russia are trying hard to rig

Cyberattacks by foreign activity groups are not only targeting political groups, but are stepping up their efforts to attack individuals and think-tanks and campaigns of Trump and Biden, say security experts

US Chambers of Commerce and NAM files lawsuit against recent H1B regulations

"The rules being implemented by the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Labor undermine high-skilled immigration in the US and a company's ability to retain and recruit the very best talent."

Democrats flay Trump admin for changes in H-1B Visa programme

The H1B visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows US companies to employ foreign workers in “speciality occupations” that require theoretical or technical expertise.

Amazon bars foreign plant sales to US after mysterious deliveries

This bypasses the safeguards that prevent invasive species, plant diseases and pests, or plants that could harm livestock from establishing in the country.

Data of 142mn MGM hotel guests selling on Dark Web for Rs 2 lakh

"MGM Resorts was aware of the scope of this previously reported incident from last summer and has already addressed the situation,"

Destination USA: Aeronautics and Aviation programmes in US

The study of Aeronautics and Aviation Science combines flight training with academic studies

Destination USA: Work options for students in the US – Part II

CPT is an off-campus internship in student’s field of study

Student visa fraud: US to deport Telugus

Eight convicted will be sent back to India after completing jail term

US visa scam: 6 students, mostly Telugus, get jail

Hyderabad: Six of the eight Indian students, most of them Telugus, were sentenced to varying durations of imprisonment on charges of exploiting the US...

Trump administration officials discuss slashing refugee cap

Some administration officials believe that the cap should be reduced because of the number of asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border and other protections afforded to migrants who live in war-torn countries or those devastated by natural disasters.

Trump administration to divert disaster aid for border detention

Officials say the motive behind the decision was to bolster President Donald Trump's immigration and border strategy.

US to halt family migration by extending child detentions

"This rule allows the federal government to enforce immigration laws as passed by Congress."

Destination USA: Academic Culture at US Universities

Carefully choose the type of courses and number of credits to enroll in each semester

Pentagon authorizes $1 bn for Trump’s border wall

The Department of Homeland Security asked the Pentagon to build 57 miles (92 kilometers) of 18-foot (5.5-meter) fencing, construct and improve roads, and install lighting to support Trump's emergency declaration.

Trump preparing to remove Nielsen as Homeland Security Secretary

The President has argued for months about what he views as Nielsen's lacklustre performance on immigration enforcement and was believed to be looking for a replacement who will implement his policy ideas with more alacrity.

Trump admin misses deadline on H4 notification

Washington: The Trump administration has failed to meet its deadline for the second time this year to issue a notification with regard to its...

Migrants who invade US have no right to due process: Trump

"When somebody comes in, we must immediately, with no Judges or Court Cases, bring them back from where they came," said Trump

Telugu businessman jailed for H-1B visa fraud in US

The indictment contains charges in connection with the submission of fraudulent applications for H-1B specialty-occupation work visas.

Trump govt faces shutdown as Senate rejects funding bill

The budget proposal presented by the Republicans on Friday night got more votes in favour (50) than against (48), but they were insufficient to approve funds which required the support of 60 senators.

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