Published April 8th, 2015 by
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Author : Madhuri Nemali Given the global nature of today’s economy, start-ups recognize that international workers are avaluable addition. For companies sponsoring H-1B workers for the first time, though, the…

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Published March 25th, 2015 by

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H1BApplicationDeadlinr

The submission date for H-1B petitions is Wednesday, April 1. The cutoff for submission is April 5.

By now, you and your employer should have submitted all paperwork and documents to your Immigration attorney. The attorneys and paralegals are very busy doing the final steps for submission. They will be finalizing petitions so that they can be sent on Tuesday. If you go to their offices, you might see stacks of completed petitions just waiting for the overnight delivery service driver to pick them up. You can help ease this process by doing the following things:

DO respect that this is the busiest week of the year for the immigration attorney. When you interrupt them, it could delay your petition if they have to stop and answer your questions.

DO respond immediately to any questions or requests for information by your sponsor or the immigration attorney. Send all documents as PDF’s or original as requested.

DO direct all questions or concerns to your sponsors internal contact. This is always the best person to direct your questions to. Read More H-1B Submission Deadline coming up

Published March 17th, 2015 by

Are you, your spouse or any family member currently on dependent visa (H4 visa)? Do you want to know what is this new rule passed by Obama Administration on legal work permit/EAD…

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Blog by AdviseHub Normally, a Temporary Worker (H-1B) receives a Visa for 3 years, and can receive an extension for up to 6 years.  Even if you change jobs, your…

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