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Canadians banned from U.S.: Dos and don’ts at the border

Rochelle Trepanier was planning on visiting her boyfriend in California, a trip she had made many times over the past two years. But this time was different. Officials with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection wanted more proof she had ties to Canada and would return. She failed to satisfy their demands and was ultimately banned

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USCIS extending the suspension of premium processing for cap-subject H-1Bs accepted into the FY2019 lottery

Aug 28, 2018 USCIS announced today that they are extending the suspension of premium processing for cap-subject H-1Bs accepted into the FY2019 lottery. They are also extending the suspension, starting September 11th, to H-1Bs filed with the Vermont and California service centers. The suspension is expected to last until February 19, 2019. This suspension does not

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Presidential Proclamation Enhancing Vetting Capabilities and Processes for Detecting Attempted Entry Into the United States by Terrorists or Other Public-Safety Threats

The U.S. Supreme Court, the highest court in the United States, recently upheld U.S. President Trump’s indefinite travel ban by a 5-4 majority. In the decision, the court indicated that the finding was based, in part, on the face value of the order and, when viewed in isolation, its neutrality and justification by national security

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USCIS have received more H-1B cap-subject petitions again this year than available H-1Bs

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USCIS to Accept Credit Card Payments for Applications filed with a USCIS Lockbox Facility

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USCIS to Accept Cap Subject H-1Bs the First Five Business Days of April 2018

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USCIS Says It Will Not Change H-1B Extension Policy

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DHS Considers Changing Rules to H-1B Extensions Beyond Six Years

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Fireworks as appeals court judges talk Trump travel ban

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Have you ever smoked weed? Answer this question and you could be banned from the U.S. — CBC News Article

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