H-1B Sponsorship Articles
Published on September 12, 2020
The Department of Homeland security (DHS) is finalizing plans to further restrict H-1B visas. DHS has already sent the new regulation to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for final review, and it will likely be published in the near future.
Published on April 29, 2020
Nursing is a lucrative and essential job in the United States with advantageous benefits and security, which explains why many foreign registered nurses prefer to work in the U.S. than in many other countries. Many nurses seek to enter the U.S. through the H-1B visa, but not all qualify.
Published on October 31, 2019
The H-1B and H-2B visa classifications have been among the most popular nonimmigrant work visas for foreign nationals who desire to live and work in the United States. Each of these two visa types has unique benefits as well as specific application requirements that an applicant must meet. Learning about their criteria, differences, and…
Published on January 07, 2019
The F-1 visa is a student category visa, allowing holders to come to the United States as full-time students. But many students want to transition to working in the U.S. after their studies, and the H-1B visa is one of the most popular work visas available. The question is: can you transfer to an H-1B…
Published on June 10, 2018
The H-1B visa is available to anyone who gets a specialty job with a U.S. company. However, even if a company technically qualifies for the H-1B, not all situations are the same. For small businesses, there are some hurdles that need to be overcome before committing to this visa path for a worker. For…
Published on May 17, 2018
Foreign entrepreneurs and professionals often approach our firm wanting to know what their options are when it comes to starting a business in the United States. While each scenario is different, there are a number of viable visa options made available by the U.S. government. In this post we’ll explore which pathways may be appropriate…
Published on December 11, 2017
The H-1B visa is a temporary non-immigrant visa administered by the USCIS. It authorizes U.S. employers to hire foreign professionals for specialty positions. The foreign professional can work and reside in the United States for a specific period of time.
Published on November 30, 2017
In 2011, the USCIS and Obama Administration created incentives to encourage start-up companies and increase job opportunities. Now, thanks to certain regulations, immigrants from all over the world can come to the U.S. under an H-1B visa as entrepreneurs to bolster the economy and make their business flourish.