Read our weekly roundup to learn about the latest news in immigration and business this week.
Temporary work visas are some of the most popular visas issued by the United States. However, there are at least 5 things you need to know when applying for a temporary work visa.
As a companion to our June Facebook Live, this post collects several helpful resources for those who want to learn more about the various ways to immigrate to the United States.
A Presidential threat, a New York State bill, and more found their way into the news this week. Read our weekly roundup to learn more!
Roundup of latest USCIS announcements regarding various forms and visas.
Many of you are wondering about the new H-1B changes specifically as related to the new selection process as some people are calling it the “H-1B visa lottery” Process. Although it is called “Visa Lottery” applicant do not have to buy a visa lottery ticket to be selected. Interested applicants should simply submit their petitions as they normally do and wait for the selection process, which we will further explain in this article.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced Thursday that it had reached the mandated annual cap for H-1B petitions for skilled guest workers less than a week after it began accepting applications.
USCIS release regarding an increase in petition fees for H-1B and L-1 visas.
The L-1A, Intracompany Transferee Executive or Manager, Visa allows a U.S. employer to transfer a non-immigrant employee from an affiliated/sister office in another country to an office inside the U.S.
The H-1B visa is a non-immigrant visa that gives U.S. employers the opportunity to provide temporary positions to foreign workers in specialty occupations.
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