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TOPIC: H-1B Cap is Expected to be Reached in December

H-1B Cap is Expected to be Reached in December 6 years 2 weeks ago #188

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Read the following piece of information by Leslie Davis. Her details have been mentioned below.

H-1B Cap is Expected to be Reached in December
We are urging our clients to file regular cap-subject H-1B cases as soon as possible. The H-1B cap will likely will be reached in December 2011. Please contact us directly to discuss filing your cap-subject H-1B cases.

As of October 28th, USCIS advised that 49,200 of the 65,000 regular H-1B numbers have been used, leaving 15,800 available visas. Based on prior year’s usage, filings will increase this month and continue to increase as we draw closer to reaching the quota.
Employees that may need an H-1B visa include:

• International students working on an EAD card under an OPT or CPT program after having attended a U.S. school
• International employees working on a TN may need an H-1B filed for them in order for them to get on track to pursue a permanent residency
• Prospective international employees in another visa status e.g. H-4, L-2, J-1,
F-1;- H-1B workers with a cap exempt organization
• Prospective international employees currently living abroad

Cases referred to as “H-1B transfer cases” are workers who are working in the U.S. on an H-1B visa with another cap-subject employer, and are not subject to the H-1B cap when changing employers. These cases can be filed anytime to start immediately.
We are available to assist you with your H-1B case filings.

Leslie Davis, Managing Director
Immigration Compliance Group
562 612.3996
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H-1B Cap is Expected to be Reached in December 6 years 2 weeks ago #497

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For more information, please refer to www.immigrationcompliancegroup.com
Read the following piece of information by Leslie Davis. Her details have been mentioned below.

H-1B Cap is Expected to be Reached in December
We are urging our clients to file regular cap-subject H-1B cases as soon as possible. The H-1B cap will likely will be reached in December 2011. Please contact us directly to discuss filing your cap-subject H-1B cases.

As of October 28th, USCIS advised that 49,200 of the 65,000 regular H-1B numbers have been used, leaving 15,800 available visas. Based on prior year’s usage, filings will increase this month and continue to increase as we draw closer to reaching the quota.
Employees that may need an H-1B visa include:

• International students working on an EAD card under an OPT or CPT program after having attended a U.S. school
• International employees working on a TN may need an H-1B filed for them in order for them to get on track to pursue a permanent residency
• Prospective international employees in another visa status e.g. H-4, L-2, J-1,
F-1;- H-1B workers with a cap exempt organization
• Prospective international employees currently living abroad

Cases referred to as “H-1B transfer cases” are workers who are working in the U.S. on an H-1B visa with another cap-subject employer, and are not subject to the H-1B cap when changing employers. These cases can be filed anytime to start immediately.
We are available to assist you with your H-1B case filings.

Leslie Davis, Managing Director
Immigration Compliance Group
562 612.3996
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

H-1B Cap is Expected to be Reached in December 4 years 10 months ago #532

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