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Current Crisis Facing International Students

If you are an international student intending to study in the United States this fall and your classes are online, you should prepare yourself to not get deported. You won’t get a chance to resume your classes, unlike students from America. U.S. ICE's (Immigration and...

O Visa

The O visa is for foreign nationals who have exhibited exemplary ability and achievement in the fields of sciences, arts, business, athletics or education. Such an achievement has to be demonstrated by sustained national or international acclaim. The O visa allows...

J-1 Trainee And Intern Visas

Out of the 15 exchange visitor programs available under the J-1 visa category, the Trainee and the Intern programs are the most sought after. The J-1 Trainee visa is for applicants who have undergraduate (associate/baccalaureate), professional (medical, law, etc.) or...

H-1B Visas

The H-1B visa is designed as a non-immigrant, employment-based visa for non-permanent workers. It allows highly educated foreign nationals to find work primarily in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields, also called 'Specialty Occupations'. The...

E3 Specialty Occupation Visas for Australians

The E3 visas are specifically for Australian nationals who intend to engage in a specialty occupation job in the US. There is an annual quota of 10,500 E3 visas. The applicants must possess a bachelor's degree (or equivalent) or higher. The US also allows spouses of...