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Blog Posts in June, 2016

  • USCIS Upgrades Virtual Assistant to Include Spanish-Speaking Capabilities

    The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website has had a virtual assistant – named Emma – for a while now. She helps direct users to the right pages, can answer basic questions, and is generally helpful. But only to a certain extent. As a virtual assistant who could only speak and read English, her usefulness was understandably limited. In order to make Emma better and ...
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  • H-1B Petitions to Be Available at Nebraska Service Center

    Foreign specialists holding an advanced degree in their career field will soon need to send their visa petitions to the heart of the United States. The Nebraska Service Center in Lincoln has stated that it will begin accepting certain H-1B petitions starting July 1, 2016. In particular, it will accept Form I-129 for H-1B and H-1B1 (for Chile/Singapore Free Trade) petitions in the circumstances ...
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