US Policy Shift Offers Hope for Indian Green Card Aspirants

A Green Card, officially known as a Permanent Resident Card, is not just a piece of paper. It is a testament to a dream realized – the privilege to call the United States home permanently. Yet, the path to obtaining one is fraught with challenges, including per-country caps that impose numerical limits on green card issuance.

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US Policy Shift Offers Hope for Indian Green Card Aspirants
US Policy Shift Offers Hope for Indian Green Card Aspirants

The Game-Changing Announcement: Five-Year

 Employment Authorization

In a monumental move, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced plans to grant Employment Authorization Documents (EADs) with a validity period of up to five years. This policy shift extends to certain non-immigrant categories, including those patiently awaiting their green cards, promising transformative benefits for tens of thousands of Indians residing in the United States.

While this policy shift is undoubtedly a monumental stride towards a more inclusive immigration system, there is recognition that more comprehensive reforms are necessary. Nevertheless, it stands as a testament to the resilience and perseverance of immigrants in their pursuit of the American Dream. As we look ahead, it is our collective hope that this policy change will be one of many steps towards a more compassionate and equitable immigration process for all.

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