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January 2019 Archives

President hints at direct naturalization path for H-1B visa holders

Many people living outside to the United States want nothing more than to start a new life in pursuit of the American dream in Washington, D.C. and other areas of the country. Unfortunately, the options to do so legally are sometimes limited. Many would argue that President Trump's administration has made it even more difficult for those to do it. Adding to the confusion, in seeming contradiction to recent DHS policy, the President recently made a social media post that indicates he is considering changes that could impact H-1B visa holders, potentially even offering them a direct path to naturalization.

Seeking family visas for spouses, fiancees

Washington, D.C. is a place with international appeal. Often, people will travel from all over the world to visit or work here. Additionally, those living in the area may choose to explore the world, resulting in a romantic relationship with someone who is not a citizen of this country. The desire for a couple who is engaged or married is to be together, often meaning they need to seek family visas.

Jobs for F-1 visa STEM students are harder to find

We know there is a labor shortage, especially among STEM workers. We know hundreds of thousands of students come to the U.S. every year to study under F-1 visas. Common sense would dictate that these students would have no problem finding a job in the U.S. if they wanted to stay. So why are F-1 visa students having so much trouble getting jobs after graduation?

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