Free Press Journal
  • US snubs another Pak Senator

    Islamabad : Another Pakistani Senator on Monday said his US visa application was turned down without a valid reason, a day after reports said the Senate Deputy Chairman, belonging to the same Islamic party as the legislator, was denied visa to visit New York.

  • Pak family awaits US visa for 6-year-old girl

    Colombo :  A desperate Pakistani family anxiously awaiting a US visa for their ailing little girl is running out of time: Maria (in pic) is just six years old but a rare genetic disease has left her frail body wracked with pain and stunted her growth, reports AP. Soon she will be unable to walk because her vertebrae are compressing her spinal cord.

  • US hikes H1B, L1 visa fee; to hit Indian IT companies

    Washington: In a blow to Indian IT firms, the US has notified an additional fee of up to USD 4,500 for certain categories of the popular H-1B and L-1 visas. The US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) said applicants for certain categories of H-1B visas post December 18, 2015 must submit an additional fee of USD 4,000.


    Principal Secretary forgets his  US visa-stamped passport at home; flight delayed, passengers tie themselves into knots .

  • Say no to Modi, key US lawmakers to Obama administration

    Washington: In a public appeal to the Obama administration, a group of powerful US lawmakers has asked it not to change the “good policy” of denying visa to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi under any circumstances in view of serious allegations of “crime against humanity” against him.