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OptionB route for Immigrants who are stalled with USCIS denials, H1 Layoffs, Visa Expiry

Neelima claims that she has likely worked on all of the different visas available in the USA including the L1, L2, H1, EAD, Business visas et all and couldn't think there's any left.

Extending my visa in the USA was a constant, stressful fight - Neelima says

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Neelima wants to emphasize "Option B" peacefully, without having to worry about visas and say goodbye to long stressful immigration procedures in the United States. Neelima would also discuss the immigration options with H1-B visa holders, who are only allowed to remain in the country for 60 days following a USCIS refusal and/or the termination of an employment.

Although my husband and I still had "four years left on our H1B visas", we decided to go to Canada and apply for Permanent Residency instead for long term stability. It was a very challenging choice with little early support. Under the Trump administration, a record number of H-1B petitioners challenged denials in federal court, and a large fraction of them were successful in getting the denials overturned. We are pleased with our decision. We have been a tremendous source of support and "Role Models" for many of our immigrant friends in the United States over the past 10 years - Neelima says

Neelima would also want to share her experiences and some important measures in the hope that it would help young immigrants, women in academia, and professionals who are highly competent confront a distinct set of challenges.

Chasing my dream wasn’t easy, and I struggled. It made me sweat, it made my tough, it made me lose, it made me weak and it made me feel low. But I kept working hard and pushed boundaries that I never thought would cross - Neelima says

My spouse returned back to San Francisco after a six-month assignment in Toronto where he sought for permanent residency in 2007. I moved to San Francisco with my spouse on an L2 EAD work visa after we were married in 2008. I did leave Atlanta, Georgia, where I had been working for AT&T through Accenture Services on an L1 work permit. I then switched from L2 EAD to H1b. Extending my visa in the USA was a constant, stressful fight - Neelima says

I joined WellsFargo in San Francisco California with absolute excitement in January, 2009. Barely two years later, here I am – part of 2 year completion and not been a US citizen I’ve been requested to take 6 months break on an H-1B visa and rejoin after 6 months. It was stressful to be on H1 a few months.

Within a week I have been really fortunate to get my next assignment with "Apple Inc" in Cupertino California and joined with an absolute excitement in January, 2011

My Silicon Valley job search had some highs and dream come true. Working at Apple in Cupertino California was my dream job. I got to work with the smartest people on the toughest problems. Life was great. My husband and I built some amazing friendships. In the end however we decided the indefinite wait was not for us. And we started thinking about our next play. Since the whole point of this move was to get more freedom and some peace of mind, nothing short of permanent residency would do.

Moreover, according to a World Report - analytical research, Canada has consistently ranked top (#1) in the world for the best quality of life for the past five consecutive years. If you are on the East Coast, you will not observe much change in Toronto, but you will appreciate the greater 'Quality of Life'. If you live on the West Coast like us, you will enjoy all four seasons in Toronto while maintaining a higher 'Quality of Life' and 'Healthcare Benefits' - Neelima says.

Our biggest move was from Silicon Valley to Toronto, Canada without any family or friends. We landed in Canada with a Permanent Residency (PR). We were both fortunate to continue working remotely in Canada. I still worked for Apple, Cupertino California while my husband worked with eBay San Jose California. We did not quite know what to expect but we were ready for a new adventure. We knew that Canada has an inclusive culture with friendly people.

And it has lived up to its reputation and more. We’ve fallen in love with this place for its incredibly diverse landscapes, and its acceptance of other cultures. Canada has consistently scored high on numerous surveys and has the highest quality of life.

Even when I got an offer at Apple to move back to California we decided to stay here.

Canada is a political stable country, with a parliamentary system modelled on the British Parliament, and a good education system. The Toronto-Waterloo tech corridor is an area known to have the largest tech cluster outside of Silicon Valley.

Neelima is fully aware of how it feels. She has always supported "Option B," is really appreciative, and supports several immigrants who are struggling with this issue in the United States.

Additionally, "Live life, not work" is also a reminder that our self-worth and identity should not be defined solely by our work. It's important to remember that we are more than our job titles or career paths and to focus on building a fulfilling and meaningful life.

My Journey from a Small Town to North America - United States and Canada

I was born and raised in a small town in India.Like the other Indian kid growing up in a small town in the '90's, being raised in a male dominating society, going to an English Medium school used to be a big deal. My Father didn' t care of the Society, the surroundings and no matter what I have done in my life, my father has always been my biggest cheerleader and my pillar of strength. .

I didn’t have any exposure outside my little town until I had to go out for my undergrad education. Just being able to visit a large metropolitan city in India was my dream 3 decades ago. You can imagine how fortunate I consider myself to be not just for being able to travel across North America (East Coast, West Coast, Silicon Valley, and Canada) but also to be able to work some of the smartest people on the toughest problems with at large-scale Fortune 500 companies like Apple Inc., AT&T, WellsFargo, ADP and Scotiabank.

Why did you decide to Immigrate

I always wanted to travel outside of my small little town to be an independent woman, always curious to explore things on my own. 3 decades ago, I dreamt of traveling to tech city Mumbai, Bangalore, Delhi.. I’ve always dreamt to be financially Independent. Throughout my childhood, my parents emphasized the importance of education and pursuing a meaningful life. As a child, I never thought about what I wanted to be, but I thought a lot about what I wanted to do. As sappy it sounds, I hoped to change the world.

What obstacles did you encounter while Immigrating

2 decades ago, I boarded a flight to the United States, and all the experiences it held. I was scared, and excited. A suitcase in hand and one big dream that’s all I had when I came here Neelima says.

I remember the day my plane landed. I looked out of the arrivals area with a sense of hope. I recalled the hours spent staring at the scenery outside the train on my way to and from school dreaming of this moment, and being grateful for the sacrifices made by my family. The fact I was on my own in a new country didn’t phase me. I was confident I could draw on my past experiences to get me through the challenges that would arise. I was determined to succeed.

Every day was challenging without friends, and family. I had a new culture to adjust to. I persisted, and have made this continent my home working three different jobs in Atlanta, San Jose, California, and San Francisco California where I had multiple awards of proficiency. I lived in fear of being sent home. My passion for my work kept me going.

My husbands support and encouragement reassured me that with hard work and determination, I could achieve my dreams, and make my to-do list into a book of colourful memories. We had a great life in Silicon Valley. California is a wonderful place and me and my family took full advantage of that. Road trips, and tons of interactions with brilliant people in tech made California the best place for us.

How were things when you arrived in Canada?

When I first decided to come to North America, Canada did not ever factor into my life plans. I think in the end Canada has a really great brand and that convinced me to take that chance.

We decided to move in the fall, that way we would get to enjoy the Californian summer and get there before winter. I guess we were a little busy enjoying the summer since we didn’t get to move related tasks until two months before we left. I can’t say this part was fun. In the end, all we had to was catch a flight to Toronto.

Our biggest move was from Silicon Valley to Toronto, Canada without any family or friends. We landed in Canada with a Permanent Residency (PR). We were both fortunate to continue working remotely in Canada.

Canada has consistently scored high on numerous surveys and has the highest quality of life. Even when I got an offer at Apple to move back to California we decided to stay here.

North America truly has been the continent of dreams and opportunities for me. I took my citizenship oath in 2016, and voted in elections in 2019 for the first time in my life. It was one of the best decisions of our life to move to such a great country.

Neelima would also want to share her experiences and some important measures in the hope that it would help young immigrants, women in academia, and professionals who are highly competent confront a distinct set of challenges.

H-1B visa holders are only permitted to stay in the USA for 60 days without being paid. What are their choices in such a situation?

#1. Look into Immigrating to Canada as soon as possible, rather than waiting for your visa to expire or being laid off.

While you use your grace period wisely, you might consider migrating to Canada, which has been rated #1 for Quality of Life, Healthcare, and Education for the past 5 years in a row. We have been really fortunate in our decision to relocate to Canada, Neelima says.

Canada is accepting applications from foreigners to work in the IT and IT sector through its Temporary Foreign Worker Program. In actuality, the Canadian Global Talent Stream was established to expedite application processing while also supporting the growth of Canada's digital economy.

Through a variety of temporary work permit and permanent residence schemes, Canada's welcoming immigration policy welcomes immigrants. H1-B employees are well-suited for success in Canada's immigration system since they are frequently young, educated, have a background in specialized labor, and possess high English language abilities.

The immigration system in Canada is designed to facilitate the entry and integration of younger, highly educated individuals with good English language proficiency and work history in management, professional, or technical jobs. If you fit the most of these criteria as an H1-B worker, migrating to Canada from the United States may not be too difficult. Your chances are significantly greater if you speak French, have a brother who lives in Canada, or are able to secure employment there before to departure (something you have already done in the US, don't forget).

Moving to Canada ‘Permanent Residence” and “Work Permits”

Canada is looking for employees who can address the country's labor shortages, particularly in the IT/tech industry. Canada is appealing to international talent to come and be a part of something exceptional here as more Canadians retire and birthrates stagnate. Immigration is generally welcomed by the government, businesses, and communities.

You can also say goodbye to immigration procedures that takes a long time. Express Entry, Canada's premier immigration program, gives applicants the opportunity to become permanent residents of the country within a few months of starting the application process. The Global Talent Stream guarantees a two-week processing time for qualified candidates traveling to Canada on a work visa, and other temporary work permit alternatives could also be available depending on your circumstances if you wish to relocate to Canada from the USA even sooner.

Moving to Canada has grown to be a desirable choice for many employees, especially H1-B workers.

Through a variety of temporary work permit and permanent residence schemes, Canada's welcoming immigration policy welcomes immigrants. H1-B employees are well-suited for success in Canada's immigration system since they are frequently young, educated, have a background in specialized labor, and possess high English language abilities.

#2. Use your grace period wisely

After being laid off on an H-1B visa, the individuals have a grace period of 60 days. One must ensure that they utilize the period wisely.

There is a 60-day maximum grace period for an H-1B worker once the employment ends. Therefore, if your job ends Friday, you will have a maximum of 60 days to arrange for another employer to submit an H-1B petition for you, change to another status, or depart the United States.

In general, the choices we'll go over below may help you keep your legal immigration status. You must take all reasonable steps to preserve your legal position. You may be subject to severe legal repercussions if U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) determines that you are "illegally present," especially after six months.

You must be employed and receiving compensation in accordance with the terms of your employer's H-1B petition in order to preserve your legal status under the H-1B visa category. Although the law permits you up to 60 days to restore your status once your work ends, you are not preserving status after that point

If you find a job within the 60-day grace period, you can apply for a fresh H-1B visa and continue to work during the grace period. You cannot work part-time or engage in any sort of unauthorized work during the 60 days grace period

you cannot carry forward the unused grace period from 60 days and use it another time.

During the grace period, you are permitted to leave the country, but you are not permitted to return since you require a current visa to do so. You are not permitted to re-enter unless you have a valid visa for a new status. The grace period can be utilized to wrap up business in the US, relocate, or find a new job and apply for a transfer to prolong your status.

#3. Quickly find a new job in the United States

The rules stipulate a maximum grace period of 60 days for joblessness between H-1B employers. You will probably receive the entire 60 days for your next H-1B company to submit its petition for you as long as you are actively seeking employment and can demonstrate that you have submitted applications, spoken with potential employers, or conducted interviews for new positions.

On the other hand, if you don't do anything for 59 days and then suddenly submit a petition on day 60, USCIS may not grant the petition's request for a status extension, and you could have to return home to obtain a new H-1B visa before carrying on with your new H-1B employer.

The safer option is to have the new employer file a petition without asking to extend your status if it has been more than 60 days since your former H-1B work ended and you are still in the country. In this situation, when the petition is approved by USCIS, you would leave the country, go to a foreign consulate to apply for an H-1B visa, and then come back to the country to begin working for the new employer. The advantage of choosing this option is that it does not raise the issue of status maintenance.

#4. What effect does the H1B/L1 grace period have on my visa stamp? Use it again?

Your work termination or the H1B/L1 grace period are unaffected by the visa stamp on your passport. By presenting the most recent H1B/L1 Approved petition approval notification (I797 approval notice) from USCIS, you may utilize your H1B or L1 visa stamp to reenter the US. There is no need to stamp again.

#5. Change to H-4 Dependent Status if You Have an H-1B Spouse

I have been fortunate to have this option as my Hubby was working with eBay on H1.

Fortunately we both had H1B visa valid for the 5 years. You can apply to convert your status from H-1B to H-4 dependant if your spouse also has an H-1B visa and is employed in the United States. You may continue to live here in H-4 status as long as your spouse retains valid H-1B status. This would give you enough time to apply for H-4 work permission and find a new position. During your 60-day grace period, submit your H-4 change of status application as soon as you can.

#6. Explore other Visa options - Apply to a College or University and Change to F-1 Student Status

Again, depending on your circumstances and the time of year when you quit your employment, you might be allowed to switch to F-1 status in order to enroll in a full-time academic program to get a different or better degree.

#7. Apply for a B-2 Tourist Visa

Many individuals inquire about the process of applying to switch from an H-1B to a B-2 visitor status in order to stay in the country and look for work. This is troublesome since looking for work is not something that should be done when visiting somewhere for fun. Additionally, you very probably need to travel back to your home country to obtain a visa in order to rejoin the United States in your new employment status if you find a new job before USCIS accepts your B-2 status. If a B-2 application is still pending, USCIS will not process an H-1B petition for an extension of status. A B-2 tourist application should only be taken into consideration in certain situations and after speaking with an experienced immigration lawyer.

#8. Tell your employer to cover your return transportation costs

Receiving reimbursement for the expense of your return travel to your previous overseas residency is your final option. If an H-1B employer dismisses an H-1B employee, the company must offer to pay for your airfare back to your home country or your previous place of residence if you have lived abroad. This condition is not necessary if you decide to quit the workplace on your own.

#9. Other Immigration Options

If living in the US becomes impossible, you may always return to your own country. From your own country, you can still hunt for employment in the US.

While it may not appear appealing to apply for a job in India, the country's IT industry is expanding quickly, and these are intriguing times. According to Harsh Jain, co-founder and CEO of Dream11, "With all the 2022 tech layoffs in the US, please spread the word to encourage Indians to come back home (particularly those with visa concerns) to assist Indian tech realize its hyper-growth potential in the next decade."

7 Questions to Raise Immediately After You’re Laid Off

Just been let go from my H-1B job—do I have a grace period or am I eligible for another visa to look for work?

We regret learning that you will be leaving your employment. Following the beginning of the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, which left many firms in trouble, such situation became increasingly typical. See How H-1B Workers can maintain legal status during coronavirus pandemic for additional information on that particular worry, just in case another pandemic strikes.

Foreign immigrants with specialized capabilities can enter the US and take up employment there thanks to H-1B visas. The visas, which are typically granted to workers in the IT sector, are associated with the particular firm that is their sponsor. Holders with H-1B visas may only stay in the US for a maximum of 60 days unpaid. What choices do they have in such a situation?

These non-immigrant visa holders, including those with H1B, L1, and other types of visas, may use the 60-day grace period to search new employment or switch their visa status.

Non-immigrant employees in the US who are employed in the following visa categories and retain their status are subject to the 60-day grace period.

  • H1B Visa, H1B1 Visa

  • E1, E2 and E3 Visas

  • L1 Visas

  • O1 Visa

  • TN Visa.

Given that the workers' employment period expired before the end of the time period specified in their real approval notice, the grace period is provided to allow them to locate suitable employment and continue working.

What happens if your I-94 expires earlier than 60 days and you have an H1B visa?

The dilemma with an I-94 expiry date that is earlier than the notification of approval of an H1B petition is explained by the rule in 8 CFR 214.1(l)(2). The sentence reads, "The visa holder gets 60 Days of the grace period or until the end of the approved validity term of their status, whichever is shorter." This is essentially the end date on the I-94.

Generally speaking, in order to file any petitions with USCIS for an extension or change of status (COS) to be authorized with I-94 and continue to reside in the US, you must be in "valid status" there. The H1B, L1, and other visa holders have two months (or 60 days) of grace to find a new employer and submit an H1B petition for a transfer or change of status (COS) to another visa if necessary.

Is the 60-day grace period a given? Discretion of USCIS?

The 60-day grace period for H1B or L1 visa holders is not required by law; rather, it is optional. It basically indicates that DHS/USCIS is well within its rights to limit or cancel the grace period depending on a case-by-case basis.

"DHS may abolish or shorten this 60 days grace period as a matter of discretion," reads the official H1B grace period rule. You cannot therefore assume it. Look at the red-highlighted text in the screenshot up top.

How can H1B, L1, and E3 visa holders ask for a 60-day grace period?

No particular paperwork is needed to ask for a grace period. When applying for a transfer, it is very much common procedure to provide papers about job loss, layoff, or resignation in addition to the usual paperwork. Basically, when you submit an H1B Transfer or Change of Status application to USCIS, you would include a cover letter outlining your scenario of job loss and any relevant supporting paperwork. This way, they would consider your status valid, even if you do not have pay stubs.

Can you utilize the 60-day grace period more than once?

Holders of H1B, L1, E3, and other visas are only permitted to use the 60-day grace period ONCE throughout the H1B petition's valid duration. In other words, if you work for Employer A, you get a 60-day grace period for the H1B's validity with that employer. The caveat is that you will not receive another 60 days of grace with Employer A if you left or were fired from Employer A and want to rejoin them, let's say after 30 days of your grace period, since the same H1B petition would be used.

If I leave or resign my position instead of being laid off, do I get a 60-day grace period?

The law does not distinguish between being laid off, losing your job, being fired, resigning, or leaving your work. Therefore, all H1B, L1, and other visa holders should legally be eligible for a 60-day grace period if they choose to resign or retire rather than be laid off. However, as it cannot be taken for granted, USCIS retains the right to decide or shorten the grace period based on your particular situation and case.

Can H4 EAD holders with H1B dependents work during the 60-day Grace Period?

Generally speaking, in order to continue working, you must be in a legitimate state. The H1B holder is technically in status during the 60-day grace period, thus the H4 visa holder is likewise in status. It follows that an H4 holder who has a valid EAD could be able to find employment during the grace period. The problematic thing, however, is that USCIS regulations expressly state that H1B holders are not permitted to work during the grace period but provide no guidance about H4 holders who are using an EAD. As a result, there is some uncertainty, and you should see a lawyer to be certain.

Is there still a COVID-19 H1B grace period allowed by USCIS?

No, USCIS has not made any special accommodations for H1B visa holders during the COVID-19 outbreak. You still have the same 60-day grace period for finding a new job even if your firm makes layoffs owing to the coronavirus. USCIS does not provide any more time because of the epidemic. It is preferable to depart the country within 60 days or submit a Change of Status application to another visa type if you are unable to find employment during the grace period. If COVID-19 prevents you from leaving the country, you might want to think about filing for a B2 Visitor Visa.

Relocating to Canada permanently from the USA

Canada plans to welcome 330,000 new permanent residents in 2019 and an additional 340,000 the following year. The majority will be selected based on their potential for economic success, and Express Entry is the primary force behind economic immigration to Canada.

Technology Hub in Canada:

#1. Express Entry

Express Entry enables Canada to provide talented employees priority entry via the Comprehensive Ranking System, a merit-based points system (CRS). The most qualified candidates are asked to apply for permanent residence in draws from the Express Entry pool after being put in a pool of eligible applicants. Following a 60-day period for invited applicants to submit a comprehensive application, the government hopes to wrap up the selection process in six months.

Express Entry, which significantly favors young, educated, and aspirational employees with a track record of professional success, offers H1-B workers in the USA a fantastic opportunity to move to Canada.

Surprisingly, the great majority of invited candidates who are relocating to Canada from the USA are not Americans. They are immigrants who came to the US to work but now view Canada as their future.

#2. Moving from the USA to Canada through a Provincial Nominee Program

The Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) in Canada have given its provinces a significant say in who can immigrate to the country, in contrast to the US immigration system, which is centralized entirely within the federal government. This has allowed Canadian provinces to establish their own standards for who they want to attract.

Given that many provinces have made a special appeal for employees in the IT/tech and medical sectors—the exact industries that draw a significant number of H1-B workers—H1-B workers are in a particularly advantageous position. While Ontario previously changed its immigration requirements specifically to invite IT/tech workers, thousands of people immigrated to cities across the province, including Toronto, Ottawa, Hamilton, and Kitchener-Waterloo. British Columbia, which is home to the city of Vancouver, has its own Tech Pilot immigration program. You aren't even need to have a job offer in some PNP categories.

Of course, PNPs apply to more than just IT professionals. Through the PNPs, tens of thousands of workers of various types have settled across Canada, and more are still to come. In accordance with Canada's multi-year immigration strategy, between 2018 and 2020, the PNPs will admit about 184,000 new permanent residents to the country.

While certain PNP categories were created to assist Express Entry applicants in obtaining the additional points they would need to be asked to submit an application for permanent residence, other PNP categories operate independently of Express Entry.

#3. Immigration for Business to Canada

Canada is a fantastic destination to realize your ideas provided you have the correct entrepreneurial mindset. In fact, you could discover that the genuine land of opportunity in North America is located north of the border after relocating from the USA to Canada.

The Start-up Visa Program enables qualified foreign business owners to develop their ventures in Canada with the aid of specialist business assistance organizations. Many of the PNPs mentioned above also customize a portion of their immigration programs to draw businesspeople to their provinces.

#4. Family Class

If you're fortunate enough to be married to or live with a Canadian, you can immigrate to Canada without meeting the requirements of the economic immigration programs because of your connection. If your objective is to enter Canada faster, it would make sense to pursue Express Entry instead, if you are eligible to do so.

#5. Work permits when relocating from the USA to Canada

Getting a temporary work visa before potentially switching to permanent residency may be the best option if you wish to enter Canada more quickly. Here are a few prominent routes used by Americans seeking to relocate to Canada.

#6. Intra Company Transfer

Through the Intra-Company Transfer program, you could be able to get a Canadian work visa if your employer has a parent company, branch, subsidiary, or affiliate in Canada.

Canada accepts employees with high degrees of competence in the company's processes and procedures in addition to executives and senior managers as intra-company transferees. Since a modification in 2016 made it considerably simpler for transferees to apply for immigration through Express Entry, the Intra-Company Transfer program has become a stepping stone for many workers on their path to permanent residency.

#7. Global Talent Stream

The government has committed to a 10-day processing turnaround on applications under this new initiative, which was introduced in 2017 to assist firms in Canada rapidly bring in qualified foreign workers.

Many individuals considering a move from the United States to Canada are interested in the Global Talent Stream since it is especially helpful for those working in IT/tech occupations, which are prominently included on the list of the Global Talent Stream Occupations. It is not necessary for one of the approved partners to send candidates to the Global Talent Stream if they already have a suitable employment offer in one of these vocations.

#8. LMIA

If you have a job offer in Canada and alternative work permit options are not suitable for your case, your prospective employer might be able to help you immigrate to Canada by submitting an application for and getting a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). The LMIA is evidence that no Canadian citizen or permanent resident is qualified to fill a particular post, and as a result, the business is permitted to recruit foreign nationals.

A word of caution: the LMIA procedure might be intimidating because the business must extensively promote the vacancy and conduct interviews with applicants. Even then, success is not certain. Having said that, the likelihood of receiving an LMIA is significantly increased when the business is careful in adhering to

#9. Open Work Permits

Canada occasionally provides open work permits. Contrary to the closed (employer-specific) work permits described above, open work permits allows employees to work for any employer in any province in Canada. Even changing employment is an option for employees.

The International Experience Canada (IEC) program may allow citizens of any partner countries with which Canada has a reciprocal youth mobility agreement to live and work in Canada. You might be eligible to enter through a Recognized Organization even if you are not from a participating nation but do meet the age requirements (18 to 30 or 35, depending on your situation). If not, you might be allowed to join your spouse or common-law partner in Canada on an open work permit if they relocate there as a worker or student.

#10. Canadian Citizenship

The ultimate objective for many foreign employees in the US is to become citizens. But reaching that objective is challenging and typically takes years.

Everything immigrants are urged by the government to pursue citizenship and benefit from all that being a Canadian has to offer.

As a result, the government has made it more simpler for immigrants to become Canadian citizens by reducing the time of residency from four to three years and easing entry and exit restrictions for immigrants prior to applying for citizenship. In addition to having one of the strongest passports in the world, Canadian citizens also have the freedom to enter and exit the country as they please, work for any employer in Canada, wherever they choose, whenever they choose, vote, and participate in politics. The Immigration Minister is also an immigrant.

What are you waiting for, foreign worker who is anxious about your future and considering transferring from the USA to Canada? Canada wants you and is a place of opportunity and security.

PS: Reference Sites - USCIS Immigration, Canada Immigration for all the visa categories and the recent applicable work permits.


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