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Telling Numbers: Over 60,000 Indians get US green cards every year

Indians were behind applicants from Mexico, China, and Cuba in terms of number of green cards (lawful permanent resident status) obtained.

Explained: What proposed change in US Green Card legislation means for Indians

Green Card holders can qualify for US citizenship generally after three to five years. Over 10 lakh migrants from around the world are known to receive Green Cards yearly.

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US House passes bill removing 7% country-cap on Green Card, Indians may benefit

Indian IT professionals are the worst sufferers of the current immigration system which imposes a seven per cent per country quota on allotment of the coveted Green Cards or permanent legal residency.

US Congress to vote on bill to remove country-cap on Green Card

Being supported by more than 310 lawmakers from both the Republican and the Democratic Party, the 'Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act' is all set to sail through the 435-member US House of Representatives.

Only 60,000 of 6 lakh Indians received green card in 2017

In all 1,127,167 million foreigners received Green cards, which is a step below citizenship, in the year 2017, the figures revealed.

US lawmaker calls for removal of country quota in Green Card

Republican Congressman Kevin Yoder from Kansas, who yesterday became the lead sponsor of the previously Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act, argued that the existing country-specific quota for Green card is unjust for people from countries like India and China.

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Indians applying for Green Card has 12-year waiting list: report

"In one employment-related category, Indian people applying for permanent residence as skilled employees currently have a 12-year waiting list. In other words, government currently is processing applications filed in May of 2005," the report said. 

Letter to an Indian nanny in New York

In return for a Green Card,all you have to do is provide evidence against your prominent employer.

Indian-American physicians want a say in immigration reform

Indian American doctors seek a say,demand a seat at the table of immigration reform bill.

New US visa rush: Build school,get green card

Unlikely source of new capital has emerged to fill a gap: foreign investors.

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