PREPARE AS H1B APPLICATION IS IN MOTION for 2019
MISSED H1b FY 2018?
H-1B visas have been the most preferred U.S. employment visa because of its flexibility for professionals to work in “specialty occupations.”
If you think you have the eligibility to qualify for H1b petition/application or may not be too sure because of requirements, the time to act and prepare is NOW.
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) just announced its dates for 2019 H-1B visa lottery. Every year, there are only 65,000 numbers available for all non-U.S citizens and an additional 20,000 for those who has a US advanced degree. United States Citizen and Immigration Services announced that Monday, April 2, 2018 is the first day that a petition will be accepted for H-1B status beginning October 1, 2018 ( effectively if selected and approved).
In more recent years, this was the policy imposed by USCIS on the selection process. After the announcement of the cap, the applications will go through the selection or random system. Yes, it’s not a guarantee that if your application is received, you are immediately selected for processing. Only then will USCIS randomly select application for adjudications. If you are selected, your company will receive a receipt notice. If not, your application will be returned and you may re-apply again the next fiscal year. We hope that the process will be more “fair” this year, but for now, we just have to be more pro-active by preparing ahead.
A lot of you may be qualified, but you are simply unaware or skeptical to ask questions or check your company’s or applicant’s eligibility.
For our current job opportunities and available non-immigrant to immigrant employment sponsorships, please join us on FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9 at our seminar. (see attached below)
Please contact our office at (818) 476-0082 or email us at email@example.com for more information. Our office hours from Mondays through Fridays, 8:30AM to 5:30PM
Keep in mind that CSI Professionals will be with you every step of the way. All this information is provided so that you yourself will know how the process works and what is going on. We will be here to guide you and help you.
Please call us at (818) 476-0082 and email your resume’ ASAP at firstname.lastname@example.org.