Indians will get many benefits, green card will be available easily

The American Citizenship Bill 2021 was introduced in the US Parliament. If the bill is passed into law, many Indians will benefit greatly from the green card issue.

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The US Citizenship Bill 2021 was introduced by the Biden administration in Parliament on Thursday. If the bill is passed into law, previous restrictions on restricting the number of non-residents in the country for employment-based green cards will be lifted. Not only this, dependents of H1B visa holders will also be allowed to work. Thousands of Indians working in technology in the United States will also benefit.

Native Indians will benefit

The bill, signed by President Joe Biden after it was passed by both houses of parliament, would pave the way for 1.1 million undisputed people to become legal. Indian IT professionals, who have been waiting for over a decade to become legal. Also they number in the thousands. Who will get the most benefit from the provision of this bill.

Permission to stay permanently

Senator Bob Menendez and the House of Representatives Linda Sanchez told the media that the U.S. The Citizenship Law -2021 is for immigration reform. Under this important step, professionals waiting for a green card for more than 10 years will be allowed to stay permanently. The bill was sent to Parliament on 20 January following Biden’s swearing-in. The remaining employment based visas will be approved under this.

Wait time will be shorter

Visa limits will also be removed in each country and wait times will be reduced. Bill in U.S. STM from Universities Subject degree holders are also required to reside in the US.

Most of the students in India

It is noteworthy that most students study in American universities for degrees in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in India. The Democratic Party has a majority in both houses. However, the party would need the support of 10 Republicans to pass the bill in the upper house. The leadership of the Democratic Party and the White House hope to find the support they need in the interests of the millions of non-citizens living in the United States.