Bgai is listed in the Information Retrieval Service & Research category in Santa Clara, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for Bgai which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Bgai on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 59.

Contact information for Bgai is:
3777 Stevens Creek Blvd
Santa Clara, CA 95051
(408) 249-3939

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Bgai has an overall ZapScore of 59. This means that Bgai has a higher ZapScore than 59% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Santa Clara, California is 38 and in the Information Retrieval Service & Research category is 33. Learn more about ZapScore.

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We are proud to be supporting the Youth Ambassador program of bringing young students together with Japanese families in Okayama Japan. And to expose them to cultural and everyday life in the country. The trip is booked for this (2016) year. To find more details look at
Notice: At this time, this organization is not the representative of the City of San Jose’s relationship with Okayama Japan.

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In honor of all but especially our family members that served our nation, thank you.

Bob Green For those who entered the DV2012 lottery, results are now available at the Department of State Web site. It says to use Internet Explorer but we have verified that you can use Chrome/Firefox/Mac/Windows. These are new results.

BGAI published a note.
H1-B applications from now until October 1
BGAI  Now that the Fiscal Year 2011 H1-B 'cap' has been reached, it is time for companies to start planning for October 1 starts.   Unless a potential H1-B  worker already has that status and wishes to change companies or unless the company is not subject to the H1-B "cap", no additional staff can be added until October 1. The earliest the company can apply for those positions is April 1. As incredible as it seems, now is the time to start that process. There are currently rules in place to extend the OPT status of potential workers, but last minute planning can cause stress for everyone involved.   Of course if the initial number of applications is less than the cap, filing can be later. Because of the uncertainty and costs involved in filing, the USCIS is considering changing to process to have a kind of reservation system. To me it smells like a lottery. With the uncertainty put into the process by the Department of Labor's extended filing process, there is already a great burden placed on the companies.   If you have questions about H1-B petitions, send us a message.

BGAI Now that the H1-B 'cap' has been reached, it's time for companies to plan for the spring applications.