Immigration Predictions - 2022
Posted on : 01/10/2022
President Joe Biden took office last year with high expectations and major challenges to be addressed. The White House and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced several new policies to ease burdens and bottlenecks on the immigration system throughout 2021, overturning some of the more vicious and restrictive immigration policies introduced by previous administrations. We hope to see more improvements before 2022, but expect some challenges. 
USCIS and DOS delays to be expected
  USCIS balances have surged over the past two years, reaching more than 8 million pending cases by the end of fiscal 2021. With the closure of US embassies and consulates around the world in March 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the issuance of permanent residency cards by the US State Department has resulted in a staggering balance of over 9 million copies. Fiscal year 2021. Applicants lined up. About 7.5 million people are waiting for green cards for family reasons and 1.6 million people are waiting for green cards to get a job. 
 Some experts specifically view the USCIS's backlog as a "resource matter" that may require additional financial assistance from Congress. This is because USCIS is funded almost entirely by fees it receives from applicants. The  Administration is implementing a number of initiatives to address bottlenecks and delays, such as reusing biometrics for some applicants from March 2020, and restoring policies that the Trump administration has canceled to allow USCIS to rely on previous decisions for renewal requests and status renewals. I've taken some steps. . As well as expanding staff and overtime at Lockbox facilities. In the summer of 2021, the State Department also began hiring new employees. Increasing staffing and training should allow these and other improvements to continue, reducing turnaround times and increasing flexibili
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The American Tech Workforce Act of 2021 - Impact on OPT & H1B
Posted on : 01/07/2022
                    The American Tech Workforce Act of 2021, proposed in the US House of Representatives, calls to end the Optional Practical Training (OPT) program as it mostly benefits big tech cos by providing tax breaks and allowing them to hire workers at a lower cost.
A new immigration in the United States has called for more stringent norms in the H-1B visa program, used by companies to address gaps in high-skill labour.
The American Tech Workforce Act of 2021, proposed in the US House of Representatives, calls to end the Optional Practical Training (OPT) program as it mostly benefits big tech companies by providing tax breaks and allowing them to hire workers at a lower cost.
“Big Tech is setting aside some of the most lucrative and valuable career opportunities in America and giving them exclusively to foreign guest workers. They’re cutting out Americans to save a few bucks. It’s domestic outsourcing,” Banks said in a statement.“This shocking disregard for American workers and their role in our nation’s future is unpatriotic. We must fix Big Tech’s incentives, so they begin putting Americans first,” he added.The Bill proposes to set a wage floor for H-1B visas at the higher end of the annual wage paid to an American worker for that position, or $110,000, prioritising giving visas to employers who pay higher wages and limiting the ability of big tech firms to contract with third-party workers.
The Bill would limit the validity of visas for H-1B workers sponsored by third-party companies to one year instead of three years, which is the norm.The American Tech Workforce Act is supported by American Principles Project (APP), Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), and NumbersUSA.
“The bill corrects some glaring flaws in the H-1B program, which has had a severely detrimental effect on the job opportunities and wages of American workers. It also ends
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US Immigration and Why Students Are Getting Deported From US
Posted on : 02/11/2016

Getting deported is one of the scariest experiences which no one would like to invite in his/her life. Recently newspapers are abuzz with incidents related to US immigration and how students are getting deported so unceremoniously from there. Here we take a look at the immigration law and explore the causes that has resulted in student deportation on a mass scale.


The US immigration law aims at monitoring deportation of immigrants staying illegally in the United States. Since 2009 the country has deported over 2 million people back to their home countries. With news of students being deported from US doing rounds lately, the future of many bright students not only Indian but from all over the world has become uncertain.


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Best Source for Searching OPT Resumes
Posted on : 04/27/2015

Are you an employer looking for OPT aspirants within the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA? Then you definitely can have updated OPT resume database from a reputable source. Nowadays, numerous companies are willing to offer temporary OPT employment for OPT aspirants. Employers require a source for acquiring information from OPT aspirants.

Many international students, who come to the US for studying desire to take advantage of OPT employment opportunities in U.S. Employers can find suitable resumes of OPT aspirants on OPT/ CPT resume database.  This way, employers can communicate with the OPT job aspirants and provide them the required insight on the opportunities with them.  OPTGhar’s resume database has many updated resumes on a daily basis from OPT aspirants; it is the best reliable online source for employers as well as employees.

Through  employers can find the suitable OPT candidates and moreover, communicating with Optional Practical Training aspirants is lot easier through OPTGhar’s message board. Most employers consider OPTGhar as their top choice for hiring their prospective employees as they can choose the desired candidates from a large pool of resume database it is for this reason that OPTGhar has become a top job seeking destination for most of the OPT job aspirants in the US. International students, who want to get started on their OPT jobs can post multiple resumes to display their varied skills to their prospective employers.

 Plus, employers can easily communicate with OPT/CPT candidates via the message board.  OPT/CPT candidates can start their job search, just by registering on Once they complete their profile and upload their updated

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Job Interview Preparation Techniques - How to Prepare For Interview Tips
Posted on : 09/09/2014

Job Interview Preparation Tips From

Welcome to blog. In this blog post OPTGHAR providing essential advice on getting ready for a job interview, sharpening your interview techniques, skills and calming your interview nerves. Read this complete blog post to enhance your job interview preparation skills to get succeed in interviews. 

Interview Preparation Tips Techniques

Interview Tips - How to prepare for an job interview

Q) What do I need to do before an interview? 
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