The Department of State’s Office of Inspector General has published a report on the embassy in New Delhi, India, and constituent posts. Among the recommendations are several for ensuring uniform adjudications of H visa applications and revocation of H petitions. The report notes that because of the rapidly expanding bilateral relationship between the United States and India, and the growing Indian economy, the nonimmigrant visa workload could double by 2020. The OIG recommends that stakeholders in the Department of State initiate long-range workload planning and a long-term strategic plan for facilities in India, including the possibility of more posts. The report is available at http://oig.state.gov/documents/organization/169305.pdf.
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OIG report on new Delhi embassy
- Fredrikson & Byron PA
- Laura J. Danielson, Loan T. Huynh, Debra A. Schneider and Zhu "June" Cheng
- India, USA
- January 16 2012
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