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Ever heard the phrase “Brain Drain?” It means just what you’d think it would: smart people leaving. And, some argue, that’s part of what’s keeping the recession afloat in the United States — recent graduates from other countries emigrating back home after school, taking their smarts, and any possible jobs they might create, with them. On...
Last week Se,Grassley informed US president mr.Obama that he is lifting his HOLD on HR 3012 after stricking a deal with new york senator by introducing more stringent verification during H1B process.Following is the  letter sent by him to the president. Mr. GRASSLEY. Mr. President, today I lift my hold on H.R. 3012, the Fairness for High-Skilled...
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The USCIS has been reporting H-1B cap weekly by regular cap and master cap. However, as the master cap approaches the cap soon, the total cap count gives a better picture of actual time frame of reach of the H-1B cap count rather than two separate count betweeen regular cap and master cap. In determining the final cap reach date, the USCIS will use...
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Senator Chris Coons and Lamar Alexander  introduced bi-partisan Jobs Act of 2012 yesterday. SMART Jobs Act of 2012 is an extremely well thought and the right solution for promoting innovation and competitiveness in United States. SMART Act has all the sensible ingredients for helping the economy by preserving the best minds here in the US so that...
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Yesterday a senior Republican Senator introduced a legislative bill, S. 3835 STAR Act of 2012 (“Securing the Talent America Requires for the 21st Century Act of 2012″), proposing to eliminate the current immigration lottery visa system of annual 55,000 immigrant visas and to use these 55,000 immigrant visas to STEM foreign talents as follows: Allocating...
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Regular Cap=42,000 Master Cap=16,000 Download FREE F1 Visa answers.Enter your email address:
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Regular Cap=25.000 Master Cap=10,900 20 days already half way though the cap. Download FREE F1 Visa answers.Enter your email address:
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H-1B Cap Count as of 04/13/2012   Regular cap=20,600 Master cap=9,700 Related Posts: H1B Cap count update 2013 – April 09,2012 H1B Cap count update 2013 – April 04,2012 Download FREE F1 Visa answers.Enter your email address:
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Considering the fact that during the first three business days of April they received 22,323 and today’s count is 25,600, apparently they received only 3,000 or less during the next two working days, which was a substantial slow down. It is a good news for the employers. Regular Cap: 17,400 Master Cap: 8,200 (Master cap is running out faster!) Now,...
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If you think getting an admission in US university is pretty challenging,look into data’s for getting a job in US.Recession ?? I don’t believe AILA has reported that the USCIS received 22,323 cap-subject H-1B petitions out of total 85,000 annual cap, including Master degree cap cases during the first three business days that ended on April...
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According to the AILA, State Department Visa Office stated that effective 03/23/2012, no EB-2 visas for Chinese or Indians have been authorized if the priority date is at least 08/15/2007 or later dates. Next question is what then happens with the immigrant visa applicants whose applications have been pending pursuant to the April 2012 Visa Bulletin....
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AILA has reported and confirmed that EB-2 cut-off date for India and China will indeed move backward to August 15, 2007 in the May 2012 Visa Bulletin. The report also indicates that the USCIS demand for the visas is growing and future EB-2 visa cut-off dates will be determined to exhaust and use up all the visa numbers allocated for this fiscal year...
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HR 3012 update in Senate

Posted by AEG on January 24, 2012
The Senate convened today. In the today’s session, H.R. 3012 (Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act of 2011) was read for a second time. Further readings were objected to and the bill was placed on the calendar. In a way, it is a positive news to see resolution of this bill soon. It is interesting to see whether Sen. Harry Reid, Majority Leader,...
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