Week of July 4th, 2022
Block Renovation data analyst role; Student launches a creative youth outreach program; The EB2 vVisa business plan; Bowdoin includes int'l students in need-blind policy; USCIS facing a severe backlog
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Block Renovation Data Analyst
Block is a renovation platform transforming the $450 billion renovation industry. As a Data Analyst, you will work closely with Marketing, Sales, Operations, Product, Finance and Engineering.
International Student Launches Creative Youth Outreach Program
While expressing creativity can take a lot of courage, everyone has the ability to share their talents and discover new ones. ‘Creo’ founder Olaoluwa Olatunbosun hopes his art workshops will help at-risk youth in the Sault.
EB2 Visa Business Plan
The EB2 NIW visa applications is quite popular amongst senior executives and highly educated professionals all over the world. The flexibility of the visa and the ability to stay in the United States indefinitely, makes it attractive for those looking to settle in the United States because a successful application gets you a green card.
Bowdoin College Expands Need-Blind Admissions Policy to Include International Students
On Thursday, Bowdoin College announced that it will move to include international students in its need-blind admissions policy beginning with the Class of 2027. Doing so, it will become the seventh institution of higher education in the country to enact the policy.
Digitization Strides At USCIS ‘Cannot Come Soon Enough’ With ‘Severe’ Processing Backlog, CIS Ombudsman Says
While “there is still much more work to be accomplished” on U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ digital strategy, the CIS ombudsman said in the office’s annual report to Congress that the agency’s digitization is “nearing an inflection point” that “cannot come soon enough, as many of the disruptions to USCIS’ operations, lengthening processing times, and growing backlogs were related to the agency’s failure to fully digitize before the COVID-19 pandemic struck in 2020.”
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