H-1B visa application date is approaching

This week in my "Immigration Consultation" column published online by several impreMedia publications including LaOpinión.com, I explain how to apply for an H-1B visa. Here is the column: One of the ways to legally enter the United States on a temporary basis is through the H-1B visa that is extended to professional foreign workers in specialty occupations. A ... Read more

USCIS continues to accept H-1B visa applications

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that since the registration period opened on April 2, they have received 25,000 H-1B visa petitions that count toward the 65,000 capped quota and another 10,900 that count toward the 20,000 quota dedicated to individuals with degrees ... Read more

USCIS continues to accept applications for FY 2013 H-1B visas

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced today that in the first week since the registration period opened on April 2, they have received 17,400 H-1B visa petitions that count toward the 65,000 cap and another 8,200 that count toward the 20,000 quota dedicated to individuals ... Read more

How to obtain an H-1B visa

In my column this week in La Opinión, I explain how to obtain an H-1B visa: One of the ways to legally enter the United States is through the H-1B visa that is extended to professional foreign workers in specialty occupations. As of today, April 2, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services ... Read more

Registration period for H-1B visas now open

Beginning tomorrow, April 1, applications for H-1B visas for fiscal year 2012 will begin to be accepted. The number of visas available is 65,000. This number does not include the first 20,000 petitions submitted on behalf of individuals who hold graduate degrees obtained in the U.S. The acceptance date for H-1B visas is April 1, ... Read more

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