Category archive: In the News

In his inaugural address, President Trump touted that the country would follow the principle, “Buy American and hire American.” What does this mean for programs like the H1B Visa program, and the issues these programs seek to address? The H1B visa program has been specifically targeted by this sentiment. The H1B visa program allows highly…

When the number of H-1B petitions submitted that are not cap-exempt exceeds the allotted 85,000 annual visas, USCIS uses a randomized, computer-generated lottery to determine which visas are accepted for consideration for these visas. All visas selected are reviewed by CIS, and the rest are sent back to the petitioners and their employers. For the…

After rejecting the bipartisan immigration reform legislation that passed through the Senate in 2013 with bipartisan support and backing from business, religious, and social leaders, House Republicans have unveiled a vague, 858-word outline of their immigration reform plan on a one-page piece of paper. This answer to Senate legislation was negotiated not across the isle…

Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) programs, which allows undocumented immigrants 15-30 years old where were brought to into the United States before the age of 16, haven’t left the United States since June of 2007, and have committed no serious crimes apply to stay legally in the United States. These immigrants must also…

Career Consulting International was Featured in the Media

Did you see us featured on the Business Review Show in Australia? Please view the video and let us know how you like it. We are very proud of our track record as a foreign credential evaluation agency. We have been told by employers that we have the highest approval rating in the US.

Wednesday, March 13th, 2013 Legislation awaits making its way into the California Senate that would ensure that all faculty-approved online courses get campus credit by public universities, colleges and educational institutes. Typically, students enrolled in these online courses are candidates who weren’t able to register for oversubscribed on-campus courses. And if the legislation succeeds in…

Every time I open a paper or browse the Internet, the economic crisis stares me in the face. It’s impossible to avoid. Businesses filing bankruptcy, foreclosures in the neighborhood, and continuous updates about how the American economy is negatively impacting the world’s economic markets. Taking these factors into consideration, it may be difficult to see…

We promised to keep you posted on how the U.S. military responded to the challenge issued by Career Consulting International. It must have taken a little while for the word to get out, because we had no responses in August. With that in mind, here is an update on the foreign education evaluations for September. So…

We promised to keep you informed about the U.S. Military’s response to Ms. Danzig’s offer of 50 foreign education credential evaluations each month to members of the United States Armed Forces. We recently had the pleasure of receiving another response from a proud member of this elite service. That brings our September total to 3…

I promised to keep you updated, and the word is starting to get out, but I don’t think the U.S. Military is going to meet Ms. Danzig’s challenge. Not this month, anyway. They are making headway, but they are going to have to keep working at it. This weekend we were able to do another…

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