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Immigrant's Weekly March 14, 2005
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H1B Cap Update

The USCIS issued a press release annoucing that the 20,000 available H-1B numbers for FY 2005 will be applied to all qualified H-1B nonimmigrant aliens, and will not be limited to those individuals holding a masterís degree or higher degree from a U.S. institution of higher learning. The USCIS advises employers not to file H-1B petitions until further guidance is published in the Federal Register. Stay tuned to Immigrant's Weekly to remain informed. For the entire press release, see here.

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Acquiring Permanent Residence through Labor Certification
Alice M. Yardum-Hunter provides a primer on how to acquire permanent residence through labor certification.

B-1/B-2 Visas
Gregory Siskind writes "The most common nonimmigrant visa is the B visa. There are two types of B visas: B-1 visas for business visitors, and B-2 visas for visitors for pleasure."


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