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9Feb, 17

Over the past few days we have received calls from some our existing and new clients expressing their confusion whether or not they should file H1B Petitions in the upcoming Cap. The concern is understandable but not well grounded due to lot of rumors floating around referring to President Trump’s recent Executive Order banning refugees ... Read More

9Feb, 17

9th Circuit Court, in a unanimous decision by a three-judge panel ruled that a Seattle federal judge’s earlier restraining order on the new policy should remain in effect while the judge further examines its legality. This blocks enforcement of President Trump’s executive order barring travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations from entering the U.S. The ... Read More

9Feb, 17

Over the past few days we have received calls from some our existing and new clients expressing their confusion whether or not they should file H1B Petitions in the upcoming Cap. The concern is understandable but not well grounded due to lot of rumors floating around referring to President Trump’s recent Executive Order banning refugees ... Read More

27Jun, 16

On a writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, an equally divided U.S. Supreme Court, on June 23, 2016, affirmed the Fifth Circuit’s decision [in a one-sentence opinion on the 4-4 split], effectively upholding the lower court’s injunction halting the expansion of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ... Read More

10Oct, 14

In light of the recent 2015 cap season, we have witnessed that, like all years, the 85,000 limit on H1B work visas (65,000 for H1B regular cap and 20,000 for H1B U.S Masters Cap), was reached within few days of opening. The H1B cap limit needs to be revisited. Executives and founders of top notch ... Read More

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