Week of March 14th, 2022
March 2022 H-1B Visa Webinar; USCIS modernizes IT and Customer Services; USCIS' plans to reopen in-person services; US colleges rethinking standardized tests; EB-5 Visa reopened for US Green Card
Answering Your Questions About The H-1B Visa with Managing Attorney at Immigration.com Rajiv Khanna
Onboard Student Services hosted an H-1B Visa Update Webinar with Rajiv Khanna The Managing Attorney at Immigration.com. If you are an international student in the US who will require your H-1B to remain in the US, watch this session to learn more!
USCIS Awards More than $100 Million to Modernize its IT and Customer Services
A $116.6 million deal to develop new and boost existing IT for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
U.S. Immigration Agency Plans Resumption of In-Person Services
USCIS plans to partially reopen some domestic offices June 4th, 2022 after suspending in-person services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Why U.S. Colleges Are Rethinking Standardized Tests
As COVID-19 restrictions ease, widespread mandatory reliance on the ACT and SAT entrance exams isn’t springing back as quickly.
US Reopens Investment Route for Green Cards
The new law increases the minimum investment amount for EB-5 projects to $1,050,000, from $1,000,000 and to $800,000, from $500,000 for targeted employment areas.