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Migrant 'caravan' protests in Mexico after Trump tweets

Migrants forming part of a dwindling group of largely Central Americans received transit visas to move through Mexico toward the U.S. despite tweets on the issue from President Donald Trump. No reporter narration.

U.S. visas to six Muslim nations drop after travel ban ruling

The number of U.S. visa's issued to 6 Muslim countries dropped-- after a June Supreme Court ruling allowed partial implementation of President Donald Trump's travel ban. Havovi Cooper reports

Sushma Swaraj Helps Parents Of Ailing Sikh Abroad Get Visas

Reaching out to yet another distressed national abroad, external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj has come to the aid of an Indian hospitalised in France with blood infection, and helped his parents get visas to visit him

H1B Visa Processing Speeds Up Again By USA

Trump ruled United States government has announced resuming speeding up the H1B work visas which are popular among Indian IT professionals. These Visas are mostly for higher education and scientific research institutions.

US tourism industry stretched by lack of seasonal worker visas

Homeland Security authorizes thousands of additional seasonal worker visas. The move came after US businesses that rely on foreign seasonal workers complained that they were struggling to fill vacancies after Congress effectively cut the visa program for this summer by failing to renew an exemption for returning visa holder.

All-girl Afghan robotics team in U.S. after visa hurdles

A team of Afghan girls compete in a Washington, D.C. robotics competition after American officials agreed to allow them to enter the country despite initially denying them visas. Jillian Kitchener reports.

Afghan female robotics team finally arrives in U.S.

A team of Afghan girls has arrived in the U.S. to compete in an academic robotics competition after American officials agreed to allow them to enter the country despite initially denying them visas. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Afghan female robotics team finally allowed into U.S.

An all-girl Afghan robotics team arrived at Kabul airport on Thursday to receive their U.S. visas and head to the 'FIRST Global Challenge' robotics competition in Washington, D.C. after having been twice denied entry to the United States. Jillian Kitchener reports.

U.S. outlines rules for visas from six Muslim nations

Visa applicants from six Muslim-majority countries must have a close U.S. family relationship or formal ties to a U.S. entity to be admitted to the U.S., according to a State Department cable seen by Reuters. Ryan Brooks reports.

Indians To Get Speedy Entry Into US After Modi-Trump Meet

While there was no discussion about H1B visas among Indian PM Narendra Modi and Donald Trump, USA did welcome India’s entry in the International Expedited Traveller Initiative, also known as the Global Entry Program, which prevents hours spent at scanning and formalities at the airport and will get an expedited entry after landing at select airports in the US and other participants in the Global entry program.

H1B Conundrum Stays Unanswered In Modi-Trump Meet

There were strong speculations on clearing air over H1B visa grants for Indians after stricter anti-immigrant policies implemented by Donald Trump, on PM Modi’s meet with the US President. However, there was no discussions on H1B visas among the 2 leaders.

PM Modi in America: Terrorism, H 1 B visas are core issues to be discussed between India and the U.S: Indian Diaspora

Washington, D.C, June 24 (ANI): Director India Initiative at Hudson Institute, Dr. Aparna Pande said that the meeting to be held between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and United States President Donald Trump will be a symbolic visit for both the countries as important issues like terrorism and visas are expected to be discussed between the two leaders. Dr. Pande said that PM Modi and President Trump's meeting will play an important role for Indian IT companies by cornering the lion's share in Visas policy. Community Leader Atma Singh said that it is the time for both the countries to work for the betterment of their citizens. The future of Indian diaspora will be based on the meeting between two heads.

U.S. grants visas to dozens of Cubans doctors

As the Trump administration's travel ban related to seven Muslim-majority countries is blocked in court, about three dozen Cuban doctors and health professionals are entering the U.S. under visas granted under a now-defunct program. Nathan Frandino reports.