70 Indians suing US govt for denying them H-1B visas: Report

Nearly 70 Indian nationals have filed a lawsuit against the US government for denying them H-1B visas because of fraud committed by their employers, a report by Bloomberg Law said. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) denied the Indian graduates H-1B specialty occupation visas despite their subsequent employment at legitimate businesses, a lawsuit filed in federal district court in Washington state said this week.

H-2B visas open for late second half returning workers for FY 2023

The US will begin accepting petitions for H-2B visa workers for the late second half of fiscal year 2023 under the supplemental cap temporary final rule, the federal agency for immigration services announced. Under this rule, which was announced in December last year, there are 10,000 visas limited to returning workers regardless of country of nationality, for the late second half of fiscal year 2023, that is May 15 to September 30.

Pramila Jayapal fights to keep H4 work authorization

Jayapal fights to keep H4 work authorization

The bipartisan effort says the administration plan to rescind the rule could send the wrong message and weaken the economy A Correspondent   Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal is leading a bipartisan group of 130 influential members of the US House of Representatives against the Trump administration’s decision to withdraw work authorization from H-4 dependent spouses of […]