Thursday, February 29, 2024

Immigration News

What is F-2 Student Visa | How to Apply and Processing Time

You can bring your dependents with you if you are on an F-1 student visa.  You may now be wondering what is f-2 student visa?

As Post-Brexit Relations Continue to Soften, the UK and EU Agree to Work Together to Combat Illegal Immigration

Following Britain's 2016 decision to leave the EU, the two sides' relations were tested during the protracted divorce negotiations. However, in recent months, these relations have improved in several subjects. 

US Immigration Law: Choosing an Immigration Visa Attorney or Lawyer

Don't navigate US immigration alone! An experienced immigration visa attorney can guide you through complex legal processes and increase your chances of success.

Rising Sea Levels Is Putting These Countries At Risk Of Extinction

Rising sea levels serve as an indicator that the Earth is warming up. There are a lot of factors that contribute to rising sea levels.

Reasons why You Should Not Travel Without a Green Card

If you were planning to travel outside your country then you must rethink your decision in light of the recent developments. Thousands have left...

Legislators of the Republican Party Blocks the Immigration Bill That would have Eliminated Asylum

The U.S. Senate has voted down a long-awaited immigration bill that supporters of immigrant rights believed would deal a fatal blow to those seeking refuge.

Why Trump is Strongly Against the Border Bill

The bipartisan border bill revealed in the Senate on Sunday seemed, at first glance, to be something that former President Donald Trump ought to endorse.

Another 1000 Invitations in Canada’s Second Express Entry Draw This Week

In the latest development, Canada's second express entry, the IRCC invites 1,000 new invitations to apply (ITAs) with a focus on candidates proficient in French, with a consideration to meet a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 470.

The Next Nightmare For International Students: Graduate Visas Will Be Reviewed

In December, the U.K. government agreed that graduate visas will be reviewed as part of several recent steps to limit net migration, all confirmed by Home Secretary James Cleverly. He stated that reviewing this visa was "to prevent abuse and protect the integrity and quality of higher education in the United Kingdom."

Florida Rule Prohibiting Chinese Citizens From Owning Property Is Overturned By A US Court

Florida rule prohibiting Chinese citizens from owning property is overturned by a US court. Buildings and property can't be bought in Florida by anyone who is "domiciled" in China and isn't a U.S. citizen or holder of a green card.

For The First Time In Seven Years, USCIS Increases Immigration And Naturalisation Costs

A final regulation released by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services on Tuesday stipulates that employers would have to pay higher fees to sponsor employees for permanent residency and file worker applications as USCIS increases immigration and naturalisation costs.

Understanding the New H-1B Visa Selection Criteria

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has made significant announcements about the new H-1B Visa selection criteria for the fiscal year 2025.

Mike Johnson Is Hoping That The Immigration Bill Is Not Passed By The Senate

Mike Johnson is hoping that the immigration bill is not passed by the Senate that he already refers to the future bill as dead.

A Bill To Toughen Punishment For Unauthorised Immigrants Escaping Law Enforcement In cars Is Passed By The House

By a vote of 271 to 154, the House on Tuesday approved legislation that would toughen punishment for unauthorized immigrants who use a car to elude border security authorities. Sixty-six Democrats supported the legislation.

Florida Bill Seeks to Repeal Stringent Immigration Regulations

State Senator Victor Torres has presented a measure (SB 1598) that would repeal some of the severe immigration regulations implemented during the last parliamentary session.