Tag archive: H1-B visa

The USCIS begins accepting H1-B visa applications on April 1st every year, exactly six months before the deadline on October 1st of that same year. Each year, there are 65,000 H1-B visas available plus an additional 20,000 for advanced degree exemption. This year, there were more than enough petitions submitted to fulfill the statutory H1-B…

Mr. K. had held an H1-B visa for six years. Because he was on EAD/Parole, he could not apply for a 7th. He applied for an I-140 and was subsequently denied. Executive Director Sheila Danzig was able to issue an educational evaluation that indicated that Mr. K’s 3-year degree was the U.S. equivalency of a four-year Bachelor…

Work and immigration visa requirements for the United States can be very complicated, and many people often find themselves being denied simply because they don’t clearly understand the USCIS requirements for these documents. Read this short survey to test your knowledge about American visas and the necessary paperwork for H1-B visas. First, for those who…

Usually, most people in the United States think of immigrant visas as “green cards,” documents that allow people from foreign countries to remain in the United States and work. Another very different type of visa, however, is granted to workers who desire to work in the U.S. for a time, but have expressed no desire…

EB-2 Visa Approved

The professionals at Career Consulting International are strongly committed to their clients’s successes. We are thrilled to hear when a client has received approval for immigration visas because it means that we have been able to help one more person in a difficult situation. One of our goals is to communicate these successes to others,…

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