Visa processing for H1B,L1 and J1 to recommence

October 23, 2020 by PassRight Admin

The  US visa ban of June 22 has been partially lifted by a district judge and will allow US visa processing to re-commence for foreign talents on the following employment visas- L1, H1B, and J1.  Judge Jeffery White of the Federal Court for the Northern District of California granted the ruling earlier this month…

Trump Administration Continues to Regulate H-1B Visa Policies

October 14, 2020 by PassRight Admin

The Trump Administration has recently issued two new rules that are expected to make it harder for US companies to employ foreign talents on an H-1B non-immigrant visa. The move, with less than a month to go for the US Presidential election, is likely to hurt technology professionals inside the…

The U.S tilting towards more liberal policies for immigrants even under Trump Administration

September 4, 2020 by Prabalta Rijal

The New American Economy (NAE), a national nonprofit immigration research and advocacy organization which last month released the study “New Americans in San Jose Metro Area,” examined the role immigrants played in various industries and how they were left out of federal safety nets. The data includes Santa Clara and…

USCIS Averts Furlough, Visa Application Processes to Resume Normally

September 3, 2020 by Prabalta Rijal

The USCIS earlier last week announced that the eminent furlough of its 13,000 or more employees has been averted for now.  This would have been a complete disaster as it would have drastically increased the backlog of visa applications. The reason USCIS is facing such a problem is that it…