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Petitions for H1-B visas, popular among Indian IT professionals, will be accepted from April 2, a federal agency announced today.
Sylvi Listhaug, who had been under fire for a week, announced her resignation on the social media network, sparing Conservative Prime Minister Erna Solberg from calling a vote of confidence.
Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi was in Sydney Sunday for a special Australia-ASEAN summit, with her presence seen as a crushing reminder of lost hope.
Millions are facing expulsion under tough new immigration guidelines instituted by President Trump but some progressive Christian groups boost their efforts to protect vulnerable migrants.
Getting that H-1B visa for work at one or more third-party worksites has become even more difficult with the Trump administration’s new policy.
Complaining that California was not complying with his hardline position on migrants, Trump warned he could cut vital help from Washington and prompt a crime wave.
Foreigners are regularly caught trying to bring drugs into Bali, a tropical island that attracts millions of visitors each year, and some have been sentenced to death.
Speaking on the last day of WCIT, NASSCOM chief says forces of de-globalisation are driven by politics which is, in turn, driven by fear of an uncertain future.
French voters consistently cite immigration as a top concern, and the issue helped far-right nationalist leader Marine Le Pen to win 34 percent of the vote in the presidential election last year.
However, his supporters say that he is reforming Hungary after decades of stagnation, particularly during the country's communist period that followed World War II.
US Senate rejects several immigration reform proposals, including President Donald Trump's bipartisan compromise
Trump had threatened to veto the bipartisan deal, which would shield the young immigrants from deportation in exchange for USD 25 billion in border security.
The White House said Thursday it would advise President Donald Trump to veto a bipartisan immigration plan.
The amendments, moved by Senator Orrin Hatch, aims to eliminate annual per-country limits for employment-based green cards.
Trump's statement came amidst a debate in Congress where several immigration bill have been tabled. But the President has thrown his weight behind the Grassley bill.
Democrats and some Republicans have opposed Trump's hardline stance, especially the restriction of family-based immigration to spouses and children, and massive funding for the border wall.