Indian Students

Mar
14
2017

Will the Proposed Changes in H1B Concern Indian Students ?

The early months of Donald Trump’s presidency has marked notable changes and announcements in various sectors. On 3rd March, US Citizenship and Immigration Services announced that it would suspend expedited processing of H-1B Visas as of 3 April, and that “the suspension may last up to 6 months” while it clears a backlog of pending files.

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Jan
30
2017

Impact of Demonetization on Foreign Education Aspirants in India

8th November 2016 marked a historical date in India as Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi announced the demonetization of 500 and 1000 Rupee Banknotes. The two notes account for roughly 86% of all Rupees currently in circulation, and their withdrawal has created a profound cash crunch in the Indian economy. The move’s aim was to wash away the stock of “black money”.

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Sep
12
2016

Blind Firing of US Consulate Offices on Indian Students

‘’US VISA REJECTED” !! You might have heard this phrase innumerable times recently from your friends / relatives who have applied for US student visa. Surprisingly, a lot of Indian students have been rejected for F1 Visa by US consulate offices across India in the recent past.

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