You must ensure that you have properly filed your H-1B Cap-subject application for ensuring maximum chances of approval. US Citizenship and Immigration Services – USCIS will begin accepting the cap-subject applications from 1 April 2019.
The H-1B Program permits firms in the US to provisionally employ overseas workers. This is in occupations that need the practical and theoretical application of a body of knowledge that is highly specialized. It is also required to have a Bachelor’s or higher degree in the specified specialty or its equivalent.
Information Technology, Engineering, and Science are some of the fields that include H-1B specialty occupations.
USCIS uses the information offered in the Sections 3 and 2 or Part C of the Data Collection and Filing Fee Exemption Supplement – H-1B. This is to assist in determining if the application comes under the cap of 65,000 H-1B Visas mandated by the US Congress. It is also popular as the ‘regular cap’, as quoted by the USCIS Gov.
Below are some of the guidelines to ensure proper filing of your H-1B Cap-subject application:
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