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Canada is becoming Indian's dream, not America, after visa regulations 2020

Canada is becoming Indian’s dream, not America, after visa regulations 2020

By on July 28, 2020 0 6 Views
Canada is becoming Indian’s dream – A large number of Indians dream that they get a green card from America, but after the new visa rules, this dream has become very difficult.

Now there are many problems facing Indians living in America. So many Indian families living in America now

Canadians are shifting. They believe that they can get better opportunities here. According to a figure, about 20,000 Indian families have shifted from the US to Canada.

Canada is becoming Indian's dream, not America, after visa regulations 2020

Canada is becoming Indian’s dream, not America, after visa regulations 2020

Hailing from Hyderabad, Dinesh Dasari said, ‘I have taken H-1B visa extension 6 times since I started work. I am very tense. ‘ Dasari has now shifted from the US to Canada. He said that he lived in the US for 14 years but now his future was in danger due to the delay in getting the green card. He said that due to not having a green card, he also had a lot of difficulty in changing jobs. He said that he was unable to get a manager level job due to lack of a green card. People trust only those who are guaranteed to stay in the country.

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After the High-Skilled Immigration Act 2019 in the US, it became difficult for thousands of Indian families. This bill states that a green card will be stopped on the basis of the job. Currently, there are around 9 lakh Indians in the US who have H-1B, L1 and H4 EAD visas. Dasari said if someone asks if he should stay in the US or shift to Canada, he recommends to go to Canada. Immigration Attorney Rahul Reddy told that it is very easy for people to take entry in Canada. They get entry within one year of the online application.

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Girish Chavan also settled in Toronto, Canada, calling him a bye-bye. He owned an 18-year-old home in the US. In 2010, their green card application was rejected due to a technical flaw. He said, “I applied for the green card again but it was never released.” Chavan’s family faced a lot of problems due to visa restrictions. Neither he could work in the company he wanted, nor could he shift to New York. After this, when Chavan’s wife tried to extend the Dependent Visa, the difficulties came again. Chavan said that Canada welcomed him from the open day. The process of visa extension is also easy here and there is also an option to change jobs according to your needs.

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