Before the visit of Prime Minister Modi, the US government gave good news to Indians. The US government has changed the green card rules. Eligibility rules for issuing permanent residence to foreigners in the United States.
Before the visit of Prime Minister Modi, the US government gave good news to Indians. The US government has changed the green card rules. Eligibility rules for aliens to be issued permanent residence in the United States have been changed. The US Government has released new guidelines regarding eligibility criteria for Employment Authorization Document. Thousands of Indians hoping to settle in America will be benefited. Modi is visiting America from 21st to 24th of this month at the invitation of US President Biden. . Modi will also address the joint session of the US Congress. The Biden couple also organized a state dinner at the White House as a mark of respect for Modi.
The guidelines issued by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services regarding the issuance of green cards are very useful for Indian techies. Their dream of settling in America is about to come true. The US government has revealed that the new guidelines will apply not only to those who have applied for a green card but also to those who are renewing.
America gives permanent resident cards to immigrants who want to go to America for jobs and settle there permanently. According to the US Immigration Act, 1,40,000 green cards are issued every year. However, it should be noted that only a limited number of these are issued per country. The current policy is to allocate only 7% of the total applications to each country.
At present green card is issued only to those who have immigration D qualifications. With the relaxation of EAD rules, it is believed that good days have come for those who are waiting for the green card. Millions of people go to America from India every year. Indians go to America for higher education as well as jobs. Indians got relief as the American government eased the rules.
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