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H1-B Petitioners Have To Prove Availability of Future Work To Qualify for Visa

Posted on October 14, 2019

Another way for USCIS to crack the whip on H1B workers is by insisting that employers first prove that there is sufficient work for the entire three-year term of the visa. While in most cases this ... Read More

DropBox Process Allows For Interview Waiver For H1-B Extensions

Posted on October 11, 2019

Certain non-immigrant visa categories like the H1-B or B2 visitor visas when seeking a visa extension of their current visa can waive the interview segment altogether and the long wait lines at US ... Read More

With No More Premium Processing Available For H4 EAD, How Can You Expedite Your EAD

Posted on October 09, 2019

While the latest on every one’s radar about the H4 EAD is regarding its imminent rescission by USCIS, until that happens all current petitioners and prospective applicants are increasingly concerned ... Read More

Is USCIS Considering Nixing Computer Programmers from H1-B Visa?

Posted on October 03, 2019

With the H1-B employment visa so much in the news lately, the first reference that comes to mind is the specialty occupation that it is normally associated with. A memo released by USCIS emphasizes ... Read More

What Should You Do If Your I-140 Is Denied?

Posted on September 26, 2019

When a foreign worker has been working in the US on either an H1B or L1 employment based visa, he could be eligible to file for Permanent Residency in the US that leads him to acquire a Green Card. ... Read More

New RFE Data Reflects Dismal Numbers for FY 2019 – Ways to Address Your RFE

Posted on September 25, 2019

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) marks a fiscal year starting on October 1st and ending on September 30th each year. As we draw a close on FY 2019, ending this month, we ... Read More

The Green Card Bill Did Not Pass The Senate Vote – What Does It Mean for Indians?

Posted on September 24, 2019

The US Senate failed to pass the Green Card Bill on completely eliminating the 7% per-country cap issuing employment-based green cards. This had originally successfully passed through the US House of ... Read More