SAN FRANCISCO, CA -August 16, - Immigration is a hot topic in US news, with supply of H1B Visas going down. However, there are other means, particularly for high skilled areas where India shines, such as technology. This loophole is a little known visa called the O1 and created for, from engineering to entrepreneurship. While H1B Visas have been getting harder to obtain, with the limits tried again every few months, the O1 Visa has passed completely under the radar. PassRight is one firm that made it their focus to target alternative visas. The firm is founded by immigrants who experienced first hand the costs, concerns, and insecurities associated with the US Visa process. PassRight's partnered with McGettrick Law PLLC, specialists in business immigration for companies and talented individuals. PassRight's staff understands moving to a new country. CEO said, "We founded PassRight on the values of empathy, transparency, efficiency and affordability. Paperwork and process is a very unwelcome addition to an already long and complex list of challenges for any immigrant." AI has been an unexpected ally. But as the paperwork process can be very long and complex, machine learning became a clear solution to understanding how to best identify the ideal visa opportunity for every person. This all reduces the time and cost of immigration petitions, all with an increased rate of success. Denise McGettrick, Chief Legal Officer at PassRight said, "We want to counteract the fear-driven and fragmented immigration process intensified by current immigration policies. Applicants have to face expensive legal fees and often inadequate support as attorneys are often swamped with thousands of cases." One of the legal insights of has been a focus on the O1 Visa. Unlike the H1B, it is not limited to a pool of 85,000 people, and it is vastly underused today. This Visa is obtained by showing talent and expertise in an entrepreneurial context and PassRight provides not only documentation support but also the sponsorship required for acceptance. This process can be extremely fast by bureaucratic standards, often taking two to four weeks to complete. Further Visas such as the E2 for investors are also available, along with the more traditional H1B Visas which take longer and are much riskier. Talent demand still outstrips supply in Silicon Valley along with other US innovation hubs. PassRight is determined to decrease the barriers to filling these positions with the best global talent, regardless of country of origin. As the political climate intensifies around these topics, support will only become a more complex issue for immigrants, employers, and attorneys alike. This issue is not only personal for the PassRight team, but to any American benefitting from the technology permeating society today, and created largely with the help of talent from abroad.This is an issue that truly touches the lives of everyone in America. Generally when you connect your iPhone/iPad to your computer, an icon will appear under the Devices section located at the left column of iTunes on the PC, which indicated that the iPhone/iPad is being detected and you can do whatever you want, for instance, you can create a backup of your Apple device. However, what do you do if your iPhone or iPad does not sync with iTunes? Don't worry, this is actually a common problem for new Apple users and it can be fixed easily by yourself. In the article, we have come up with some recommended ways that can fix such a problem. So let's have a look at what you can do if your Apple device won't sync with iTunes! ​Check the iPhone/iPad Cable If your PC is not recognising your Apple device then there might be a problem with your iPhone or iPad cable. So, ensure the USB cable of your Apple gadget is not defective or even not having any issue. If the USB cable does not experience any problem but still you are unable to sync iTunes with your iPhone/iPad then you can try to plug it into a different port on your computer. If it starts working, it means that the previous port on your PC port is faulty. Restart the Computer and iPad/iPhone Both If you have checked both USB cable and PC port and they are OK but still you are experiencing the iTunes sync issue then you should try this trick. Restart your Apple device and PC both. A simple restart/reboot can fix so many common problems with computers and Apple devices. To Restart Your PC, all you need to do is to shut down your computer completely, wait for a moment, and then turn it ON. To restart your iPad/iPhone, simply press and hold the home button and Sleep/Wake button together until the Apple logo appears on the screen. Once you restart both devices, you can try to connect them to access iTunes on your Apple device. Hope so, it will work and fix the problem. Reinstall the iTunes If you are still unable to sync the iTunes on your iPhone/iPad, it is better to reinstall the iTunes app. For this, you should delete the app first from your computer. Simply open the Start Menu on your Windows PC, go to Control Panels, choose the Programs and Features options, and then scroll down to find the iTunes. Next, do a right-click on it with your mouse and select "uninstall. After doing that, you can download the latest version of the iTunes app on your PC. I hope now it will work and your Apple device will sync with iTunes.