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Visa would allow veteran illegal workers to prepare for their departure, relocate more easily to EU, US.
By DAN IZENBERG
Currently, all visa applicants must have a personal interview.
By HERB KEINON
The US embassy said Amir Benayoun did not "sufficiently prove his intention to return to his home country."
By AMY SPIRO
Palestinian visa processors are powerless, referring applicants to Israeli authorities, who hand them short-stay visas - or nothing.
By DIMA ABUMARIA/ THE MEDIA LINE
Walters has been forceful in his criticism of Israeli policy vis-à-vis the Palestinians, and it is widely suspected that this is the reason he is being denied the extension.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Last Tuesday, Trump signed an executive order to evaluate the H-1B visa program, which enables skilled foreign workers with a “specialty occupation” to work temporarily in the United States.
By SHARON UDASIN
Bureaucratic problems experienced by “identity program” participants proving Jewish status for extended stay to be significantly eased.
By JEREMY SHARON
Young Israeli artists find the success they experienced at home has failed to meaningfully translate in the United States
By MICHAEL WILNER
The recently opened US Consulate in Arnona still has a few difficulties to
iron out but overall the new, larger facility is eliciting a positive response.
By AMIHAI ZIPPOR
Fearing new wave of Arab Spring unrest, officials aim to limit entry of foreign workers; new policy framed as economic program.
By DAVID ROSENBERG / THE MEDIA LINE
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