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H-1B Visa Acceptance Rate Climbing
By Carlos • November 12, 2010 •
TheU.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services(USCIS) reported recentlythat it has accepted 46,800 H-1B visaapplications so far inFiscal Year (FY) 2011. When we lastreported on the number ofH-1B visa applications back on November 3, 2010, the USCIScounted 45,600 applications.
Based on the most recent figures,the USCIS’sacceptance rate of H-1B visa applications has been climbing from an average of [...]
Categories: Announcements, Employment Authorization, H1-B Visas, News
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Happy Veterans Day
By Carlos • November 11, 2010 •
Veterans Day is an annual Americanholiday honoring military veterans that is observedon November 11th.
The original name of the holiday was Armistice Day proclaimed by U.S. President Woodrow Wilsonin 1919.
Sevenyears later,Congress passed aresolutionrequesting that the President issuea proclamation to observe the holiday withwith appropriate ceremonies. The act,(52 Stat. 351; 5 U.S. Code, Sec. 87a)made November11th ofeach [...]
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Largest Number of Military Naturalizations since the Korean War
By Carlos • November 10, 2010 •
The U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services(USCIS) reported today that in Fiscal Year (FY) 2010, the agency has naturalizedover 11,000 U.S. military service membersin military duty stations throughout theU.S. andabroad. That is thelargestnumber ofmilitary naturalizationsin any year since the Korean War.
The number of military naturalizations is increasing due to the USCIS’ outreach to eligible military service [...]
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Over 45,000 H-1B Visa Applications Accepted
By Carlos • November 3, 2010 •
TheU.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services(USCIS) reported recentlythat it has accepted 45,600 H-1B visaapplications so far inFiscal Year (FY) 2011. When we lastreported on the number ofH-1B visa applications back on October 28, 2010,the USCIScounted 44,300 applications.
With lessthan 20,000 visas available,the race for petitioners to submit their applications before the quota is reached isintensifying.
TPS for Somali Nationals Extended for an Additional 18 Months
By Carlos • November 2, 2010 •
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services(USCIS) announced today thatTemporary Protected Status(TPS) have been extended for an additional 18 months foreligible Somalinationalsfrom the current expiration date ofMarch 17, 2011, through the new expiration date of Sept. 17, 2012.
During the past year, both the Secretaries of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of State (DOS) have reviewed [...]
Categories: Announcements, Employment Authorization, News, Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
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