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Visa Bulletin – April 2011

Family-  Sponsored All Chargeability Areas Exceptthose listed CHINA-mainland born INDIA            MEXICO       PHILIPPINES            F1   01 MAY 04 01 MAY 04 01 MAY 04  15 FEB 93 01 APR 95   F2A   01 APR 07 01 APR 07 01 APR 07  01 JUL 06 01 APR 07 …

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USCIS Announces Proposed H-1B Electronic Registration System to Reduce Costs for U.S. Businesses

USCIS is seeking public comment on a proposed rule that would establish an electronic registration process for U.S. employers seeking to file H-1B petitions for foreign workers in specialty occupations.   The proposed rule was posted to the Federal Register today for public viewing. USCIS encourages formal comments on the proposed rule through www.regulations.gov. The …

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$600 Million Border Security Bill goes to the President for Signature

$600 Million Border Security Bill goes to the President for Signature Today, the U.S. Senate passed and sent to President Barack Obama a $600 million plan to bolster security at the U.S.-Mexico border, providing 1,500 new Border Patrol, Customs and other agents, communications equipment and unmanned aircraft. With Congress on its August recess, the measure …

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H-1B Cap Count

“H-1B Cap Count” As of August 6, 2010, the cap count is as follows:H-1B Regular Cap – 28,500H-1B Master’s – 11,900 http://www.uscis.gov/h-1b_count “H-1B Cap Count”   As of August 6, 2010, the cap count is as follows: H-1B Regular Cap – 28,500 H-1B Master’s – 11,900       Related links http://www.uscis.gov/h-1b_count

H-1B cap count as of October 1,2010

“H-1B cap count as of October 1,2010” As of October 1, 2010, approximately 40,600 H-1B cap-subject petitions were receipted. Additionally, USCIS has receipted 14,900 H-1B petitions for advanced degree holders.

U.S. ambassador announces more convenient U.S. visa application process

“U.S. ambassador announces more convenient U.S. visa application process”, Nov. 18,2010 New Delhi – In an effort to make the visa application process more convenient for all Indians, the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi and Consulates General in Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata and Hyderabad now accept visa applications from across India at all visa facilities, regardless …

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