Washington sources have stated that Sikh man was shot in the US state of Washington by a masked gunman who told him, “go back to your own country”, before opening fire in front of his house. It was stated that the victim, who was not identified by name by officials or the media, survived the attack that took place on Friday night.
Another Indian, Alok Madasani was also shot in Olathe, but survived. Meanwhile in the latest incident, the 39 year old victim was working on his car in front of his house in Kent city when he was shot by the man described as white, who had his face partially covered.
Kent Police Chief Ken Thomas had said on Saturday
morning, according to the Seattle Times that they are early on in their
investigation and are treating this as a very serious incident. KING5 TV has
reported that the incident was being investigated as a possible hate crime and
police had reached out to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for help.
Satwinder Kaur, a candidate for Kent City Council, said on Facebook that the victim, who was shot in the arm “wishes to remain anonymous at this time. So as a community we should respect that.” Kent Mayor Suzette Cooke has also reached out to him. The Sikh community leader Jasmit Singh had said that the victim was released from the hospital. "He is just much shaken up, both him and his family,” Singh said, adding “We’re all kind of at a loss in terms of what’s going on right now. This is just bringing it home. The climate of hate that has been created doesn’t distinguish between anyone.”
(USCIS) resumed the premium processing if H-1B Visa Washington sources have stated that the US has resumed the premium processing of all H-1B visa petitions subject to the fiscal 2018 cap, five months after it was suspended to check the rush of work visas popular among Indian techies. The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) resumed the premium processing on Monday. The suspension has, however, been revoked subject to a limit mandated by the US Congress. The FY 2018 cap has been set at 65,000 visas.
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