Besides your passport and visa, you will also need a health and travel insurance, among other things. Congratulations! Your application to your dream school has been accepted. You are a formally recognised international student now. All your hard work, perseverance, and diligence has paid off, and its time to take the next big step to put your career in top gear. Before embarking on this journey, make sure you are well prepared. Here's a list of crucial documents you will need to ensure ... Rediff.com, 4 days ago
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Industry body Nasscom today said that US decision to temporarily suspend the expedited premium processing of H-1B visas will lead to process delays for Indian IT firms too. However, Nasscom feels that the move will not be a "significant impediment" for the ...Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago
New York [USA], Feb. 24 (ANI): As uncertainty looms regarding the latest developments on approval of the H-1B visa, Indian students in the United States have expressed their concern about non-approval of a work permit, stating that the lack of clarity is only ...Sify, 1 month ago
New Delhi/Washington/Bengaluru - India on Tuesday said it has expressed its concern to the US over a bill to change rules on H-1B visas that will impact the IT industry and Indian techies working in America. "India's interests and concerns have been conveyed ...Sify, 1 month ago
By Steve Holland and Julia Edwards Ainsley | WASHINGTON WASHINGTON President Donald Trump signed a revised executive order on Monday banning citizens from six Muslim-majority nations from travelling to the United States but removing Iraq from the list, ...First Post.com, 3 weeks ago
Washington: US President Donald Trump is preparing to issue executive orders on the H1-B and other visas that are the life blood of Indian technology companies in the US, his spokesperson Sean Spicer has indicated raising the likelihood of stringent ...Sify, 1 month ago
The market was on a roll last week and gained on all the four days. Thursday was a holiday on account of Republic Day. The Sensex gained 847.96 points, or 3.14 per cent, to close the week at 27,882.42 points. The Nifty gained 291.90 points, or 3.505 to close ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago
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