L1 Visa

  • Indians see higher denial rate of L1 visa: Report April 1, 2014

    Washington: Indians are experiencing a significantly higher denial rate of L-1 visa compared to the applicants from any other country, an American think tank has said. "It appears much of the increase in the denial rate has been focused on Indian nationals. US Citizenship and Immigration Services denied more new L-1B...
  • High rate of denial of US visas to Indians: Report February 10, 2012

    Washington: US immigration authorities, in the past four years, have increased denial of work-related visas, with India-born professionals being refused at higher rates than nationals of other countries, an American think tank said in a report on Friday. Analysis of new data obtained from US Citizenship and Immigration Services showed the...
  • 'H-1B, L1 visa fee increase impact US firms' June 4, 2011

    Washington: The increase in H-1B and L1 visa fee by US Congress to fund enhanced border security measures, which was basically intended to have financial implications on Indian companies, is impacting American firms too, a key Democratic Congressman has said, highlighting the need to fix this. "Mr Speaker, I rise to...
  • US degree may become passport to green cards May 1, 2010

    Washington: An advanced degree from US universities may well prove to be a passport for a US green card, or permanent residency, if a proposal by top Democratic senators to attract the world's "best and the brightest" is accepted. India, which sends the highest number of students to the US, stands...