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End of Year and New Year Holidays 07-08

US Remac will be closed between Monday, December 31, 2007 and Friday, January 4, 2008 for End of Year and New Year Holidays. We apologize for the inconvenience.

We hope you have a Happy Holidays!

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-We will response to your E-mail after January 7, 2008.

Category: News  Update: 12/07/2007

The 31st Annual Joint Meeting of Japan

US Remac, Inc attended the 31st Annual Joint Meeting of Japan-US Southeast & Southeast U.S./Japan Associations which was held in Japan from 10/14/07-10/16/07. This gave us the opportunity to strengthen our relationships among business organizations in the U.S. Southeast and Japan through various events and interactions. US Remac's President, Mr. Yeh met with Mr. Bob Riley, the State Governor of Alabama and Mr. Ogawa, the Consul of General of Consulate-General of Japan in Atlanta, and exchanged views on how to secure proper personnel and maximize their performance.

*The 31st Annual Joint Meeting of Japan-US Southeast & Southeast U.S./Japan Associations consist of 8 states, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.

(Right) Mr. Bob Riley, State of Alabama Governor
(Left) Mr. Yinglu Yeh, US Remac President & CEO

(Left) Mr. Shoji Ogawa, Consul General of Japan
(Right) Mr. Yinglu Yeh, US Remac President & CEO

Category: News  Update: 10/26/2007

「Next Phase」NCN Showcase Live 2007

On July 15th and 16th, US Remac, Inc has co-sponsored in a music event, "NCN Showcase Live 2007 Next Phase", held in Shibuya Boxx in Tokyo, Japan. US Remac, Inc. will continue to support international students at universities in the U.S.. Please click on the link below for more details!

Category: News  Update: 07/24/2007



WASHINGTON – U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced an updated number of filings today as the counting of H-1B petitions received on April 2 and 3 continues. On April 3, USCIS announced that it had received enough petitions to meet the congressionally mandated cap for fiscal year 2008 (FY 2008) and that it would conduct a computer-generated random selection of cap-subject petitions filed on Monday (April 2) and Tuesday (April 3) to determine which cases would be accepted for processing.

As of April 9, USCIS has determined that approximately 119,193 of the H-1B petitions received on April 2 and 3 are subject to the FY 2008 congressionally mandated cap.
USCIS received on April 2 and 3 a total of approximately 12,989 cases requesting an exemption from the FY 2008 H-1B cap because they were filed on behalf of aliens holding a master’s degree or higher from a U.S. institution.

USCIS can now announce that the cap of 20,000 on these exempt cases remains open and that USCIS will continue to monitor these filings. USCIS will provide regular updates as the processing of FY 2008 H-1B cap cases continues.

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Category: News  Update: 04/10/2007

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Category: News  Update: 03/05/2007

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