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White House to Lift COVID-19 Travel Restrictions on November 8th

On Friday, the White House announced that it will lift COVID-19 travel restrictions for fully vaccinated global citizens, ending historic restrictions that have barred many from entering the United States. While this last year has been quite testing, hopefully, this news will allow loved ones and foreign workers to reunite with families.

Announcing Evidence + Records Feature Release

We’re excited to announce our new and improved workflows, starting with the H-1B, which aim to make data like immigration records and evidence more accessible, dynamic, and smarter. 

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USCIS Announces Second Round of H-1B Lottery Selections for FY 2022

On July 29th, USCIS announced that they will be conducting a second round of selections from the previously submitted H-1B registrations from March 2021. The new filing period will begin on August 2nd and will close on November 3rd.

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Announcing 2021 Summer Product Updates: Dashboard and Employee Profile

With these updates, you and your team can access current reports on your entire immigration population in Bridge and dive into future planning for employees easier than before.

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Travel to US from India banned to limit COVID-19 spread

Last month, President Joe Biden imposed new travel restrictions on India in light of the COVID-19 epidemic, barring most non-US citizens from entering the United States. The proclamation, signed by the President on April 30 and took effect on May 4, outlines the scope of the suspension and the limitations to entry into the US. Basically what this means is that until further notice, those travelers impacted by the proclamation won’t be permitted to enter the US until they have been absent from India for the past 14 days.

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Changes to H-1B Lottery Selection Process

USCIS published a final rule changing the H-1B cap-subject selection process (“H-1B Lottery”). Find out the changes to this rule and what you can expect.

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