Here are our top five tips for H-1B filing: Your H-1B petition must be ready to be filed by April 3rd, 2017. It’s crucial to start preparing now. Don’t delay! Your position must relate to your educational credentials. The H-1B requires at least a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent. That education must be related to the job you will perform in the United States.Continue Reading
If an employer conducts an internal audit, sometimes mistakes are uncovered. What are the next steps you should take? Here is what you need to know: If a Form I-9 was never completed or is missing, the current version of the Form I-9 should be completed as soon as possible.Continue Reading
The 2017 H-1B petition filing season is here! To maximize your chance of success, you need to prepare now. Starting April 3, USCIS will accept H-1B visa petition filings – subject to the annual cap – for the next fiscal year, which begins October 1, 2017. To maximize the chance that your petition will be accepted in this year’s anticipated lottery, we strongly recommend that H-1B visa petitions subject to the cap be ready to be […]Continue Reading
It’s Never Too Early to Start Preparing for H-1B Cap Cases…
… particularly for employers filing an H-1B for the first time. Due to the limited number of new H-1B visas and their high demand, USCIS typically only accepts new H-1B filings for five business days starting April 1st. These H-1B case filings must include a certified Labor Condition Applications (LCA).Continue Reading
Happy Travels – Tips for a Stress Free Admission to the U.S.
As we approach the holidays and more people travel, it is very important to make sure that you check your I-94 Arrival/ Departure Form every time you enter the United States. Checking your I-94 form is easy and you can do it online. It only requires a few minutes and your passport information. You can download your I-94 Form here. Unfortunately, there is a high rate of error on the admission records. It is important […]Continue Reading