H-1B Visa

The H-1B visa is a highly sought after visa for individuals aiming to work legally in the United States for a temporary period. Our unique processing system allows individuals seeking employment based immigration visas to file faster and at a more competitive cost than traditional routes.

H-1B Visa Articles

  • B2 to H1B visa change of status

    B-1/B-2 to H-1B Change of Status

    Published on September 25, 2022

    Faced with the difficulty of finding an H-1B sponsor from abroad, individuals frequently inquire as to how they can change their status from B-2 to H-1B or from B-1 to H-1B from within the United States. B-1 and B-2 visas are non-immigrant visas issued to foreign nationals visiting the United States for short periods of…

  • H-1B Revoked & Layoffs

    H1B Revoked & Layoffs: FAQs

    Published on September 21, 2022

    Getting an H-1B visa is no small feat. Between finding an employer to sponsor you, being selected in the cap, and waiting until October 1st to start working, the H-1B is a visa that is more involved than most other nonimmigrant options. For this reason, having your H-1B revoked can be devastating. Even though it’s…

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    H-1B Application Process: Step by Step Guide

    Published on September 17, 2022

    The H-1B application process is highly complex and involves numerous steps, which are described in detail on this page. H-1B visa is a non-immigrant visa that permits foreign workers in specialty occupations to enter the country. While the H-1B already has an application process that is more complicated than most other visas, this fiscal year,…

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    H4 Visa EAD FAQs | Common H4 EAD Questions Answered

    Published on September 15, 2022

    On May 26, 2015, the USCIS began accepting applications for H-4 dependent spouses to obtain employment authorization. This long-awaited change is a relief for the thousands of H-4 holders who will be eligible for the benefits of employment. We’ve received many questions regarding qualifications, documentation required, processing procedures and the EAD lawsuit. Below is our…

  • H-1B 2023 Cap Reached

    Published on August 24, 2022

    USCIS announced today that they have received 483,927 H-1B visa registrations and selected 127,600 (about 26%) in the first round for FY 2023. USCIS’ selections met the mandated 65,000 in the regular cap and the 20,000 allotted for the master’s cap (advanced degree exemption), totaling 85,000. This post will explore what that means for those…

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    H-1B Visa Transfer Before Stamping

    Published on August 23, 2022

    Imagine that you are going through the H-1B visa approval process through company A, but company B provides you with an offer that is either more secure or more lucrative. Before you apply for an H-1B visa transfer (or more accurately, an H-1B petition with a new employer) before stamping, consider discussing your situation with…

  • H-1B Amendment for Location Change

    Published on July 22, 2022

    One of the hallmarks of the H-1B visa is that it holds a few advantages over other nonimmigrant visa classifications. A chief advantage is its portability. Being able to change employers, work full or part-time, and even work for multiple different employers simultaneously is a primary reason why the H-1B is so competitive. However, you…

  • Can I Get an H-1B Without A Degree

    Can I Get an H-1B Without A Degree?

    Published on July 12, 2022

    One of the unique advantages of the H-1B classification is the way it accommodates a wide range of professionals with varying academic backgrounds, including those without a college degree. While most professional-level jobs in the United States require a minimum of a bachelor’s degree, many individuals are working in the U.S. on an H-1B visa…