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Do you or does your employee or client have the right education to qualify for EB2? Find out before you file! If it’s too late, consider the RFE a second chance to strengthen your case. A common RFE for this visa is that the education does not match the job on the PERM. But what…

EB2 traps can set your Green Card, or your employee or client’s Green Card back years. Know where they are so you don’t fall into one. Although it is tempting for candidates to try to meet EB2 qualifications when really their education and employment is a fit for EB3, trying to make education that simply…

It’s official! We’re down to the wire and April First is next week. Don’t let the very, very last minute cause you to file an incomplete H1B petition. When it comes to visa approval, just getting it filed is NOT better than making sure it’s complete. Filing an incomplete petition is a waste of time….

It’s officially down to the last minute! You’ve got a little over a week to get the H1B visa petition filed in time for April 1st, and since this year is predicted to follow the trend of those before, you won’t have long before CIS closes its doors. Don’t let the last minute cause you…

We’re officially right next to the last minute. April 1st is around the corner and to make the H1B lottery, you need to make sure your petition is filed by April 1st if possible because in the past few years CIS has been flooded with petitions and closed its doors in five days. Don’t let…

CIS begins accepting H1B petitions in just a few weeks! That means if you or your employee or client is planning on petitioning for H1B visa status you’re presently putting the finishing touches on organizing the petition. Before you file, stop! It’s easy to fall into sloppy habits during the time crunch, but don’t let…

H1B visa status is highly sought after by both candidates and their employers. This is because it allows highly skilled foreign employees to live and work in the United States for three years, with the option to extend to six. Because STEM industries are growing and creating jobs faster than the US workforce can fill,…

H1B visa eligibility boils down to two things: Specialized Job Specialized Education Successful candidates meet both of these requirements by having a job that requires an advanced degree – a US bachelor’s degree or higher or its foreign equivalent – to perform, and the accompanying education required to perform it. CIS requires this education to…

USCIS will begin accepting H1B petitions on April 1st, 2017 for visas for fiscal year 2018. The annual cap is 65,000 for candidates with bachelor’s degrees, and another 20,000 for candidates with master’s degrees of higher. This cap has not changed. Last year, CIS received a record 236,000 petitions in the first five days of…

H1B visa requirements state that an eligible beneficiary must have a US bachelor’s degree or higher or its foreign equivalent, and the institution from which the degree was earned must be government accredited. The fact of the matter is, there are many non-government accredited programs around the world that provide students high quality education. There…

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