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July 10, 2020
In its July 6 order, the ICE declared that non-immigrant F-1 and M-1 students attending schools operating entirely online or taking only online courses will not be permitted to take a full course load and remain in the United States

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Karan Dhar
July 27, 2018
Mehul Choksi is not the only Indian fugitive diamantaire who has found refuge in the Caribbean.

BT Online
July 12, 2017
The programme known as the International Entrepreneur Rule and favoured by many in the technology industry, would allow foreign entrepreneurs who launched companies that won $100,000 in government grants or received $250,000 in venture capital investment to stay in the US for a renewable 30-month term.

Suresh Rajan
New Delhi, November 28, 2016
An EB-5 visa allows an individual to make an investment of $500,000 through a licensed regional centre to acquire a US Green Card for themselves and their family (including all unmarried children up to the age of 21).

BT Online
June 30, 2016
Around 1,200 Indians have applied to invest half-a-million dollars each to settle in US under a government sponsored 'invest in the US and get a green card scheme'.

Pankaj Joshi
January 13, 2015
Pankaj Joshi, MD of Gurgaon based NYSAEB-5, writes on how way you can ensure the future for your children in the US by investing in time.

Yurop Shrestha
June 2, 2014
For people who have the means and the resources, EB-5 still remains the most straightforward path to a Green Card, writes YUROP SHRESTHA, Vice President, South Asia, Aginsky Consulting Group.

Sarika Malhotra
April 22, 2014
India has historically been one of the largest foreign investors in US real estate, consistently ranking in the top 5 foreign countries. In the year ending March 31, 2013, Indians bought roughly $3.5 billion of US real estate.