ImmiLetter Vol. III – Issue 9: September 1, 2008

Changes proposed for New H-2B Program
India May Be Blacklisted!
On August 20th, 2008 the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) agency made two announcements that will have huge impacts on the H-2B immigration – first to withdraw the 2005-issued proposed rule changes to H-2B program, and the second to introduce the new proposed changes to H-2B program.

The proposed changes for H-2B program put forward in January 2005 had suggested making procedural change such as eliminating the temporary labor certification requirement.

Let’s quickly take a look at what the new two-tier system will mean for the H-2B program.

Are You Ready for the New Naturalization Test?
Questions to emphasize on civic and American history
America’s new Naturalization Test comes into effect on October 1, 2008. The redesigned test was first introduced on September 27, 2007 to help the new applicants get familiarized with the test.

In the new test, questions will deal with the American Constitution, Law, Politics, History as well as the Rights and Responsibilities of citizens. Many questions will also be phrased to allow for a range of answers e.g. mention one of the rights to give the applicant a fair chance.

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