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Finding out that you are going to lose your job, and with it your H1B visa, is one of the most difficult and stressful times that any nonimmigrant worker in the U.S.A. is likely to experience in their professional life. If you find yourself in this situation, it is important that you remain calm and […]

The United States is host to some of the world’s greatest universities. Every year, hundreds of thousands of international students head to America to receive a higher education. Although the United States offers top-tier schooling, it all comes with a hefty price tag. The rapid growth in tuition costs is a well-known issue. The cost […]

Every year, there are thousands of men and women that move to the U.S. after marriage. Most of them have a great education and some even have great careers back home — but when they move to the U.S., they aren’t able to work. They move here with dependent H-4 visas. In this article, we […]

America is the preeminent destination for international MBA aspirants, with over 66% of international GMAT test takers aiming to gain admission to American institutions. Almost 60% of the applicant pool at full-time MBA programs in the US is constituted of international applicants. A vast majority of the international applicants to American MBA programs hail from […]

With the H1B visa selection process now existing in such a competitive environment, you may be considering upgrading your application to premium processing. This article will help you decide whether or not you need premium processing and whether it’ll be of benefit to you, as well as explain the differences between regular and premium processing. Regular […]

For the record, you always need a valid passport that is not expired in order to enter any country. However, if you have a valid visa on an expired passport, you can bring that passport along with your current valid passport to travel to the United States. And although some countries are adopting passport administration strategies to take your […]

A lot of international graduates working in the U.S. apply for an H-1B. The application is sent either by their employer or themselves. If you are applying yourself, the application process may seem daunting. This guide will help you better understand what an LCA is as you file for your H-1B. The Basics Put simply, […]

For anyone involved in an H1B visa application, receiving a Request for Evidence (REF) can be a very worrying and stressful experience. An REF comes at a time after your application has been filed and it means that there is some piece of documentation missing or unclear in your application pack. Your employer will receive […]

If you are in the United States on an H4 visa, you might be carrying your passport with you as a form of ID. This is risky because the last thing you want is to lose your passport. A much better option is to get some sort of official ID card. A driving license is […]