H-1B Visa Eight latest changes you need to know of – process starts April 02nd
H-1B Visa is all set to start from 2nd of April this year. Here we explain about the recent changes which has been done by the government which you need to known to get one.
H-1B visa filing for the fiscal year 2019
(beginning October 1, 2018). H-1B visas among Indian IT professionals, will be accepted starting April 2. According to US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website, the government will begin accepting H-1B petitions that are subject to the FY 2019 cap from April 2, 2018.
Companies/individuals can file an H-1B petition no more than six months before the employment start date requested for the beneficiary.
H-1B filing season comes after the Donald Trump administration late last month announced new rules for H-1B visa holders. The new rules come via a 7-page policy memorandum published by USCIS. Here are the eight big recent changes announced regarding H-1B visa filing and process.
1. H-1B Visa premium processing processing temporarily suspende
2. DHS defers rollout of proposal barring spouses of certain H1-B visa holders from seeking jobs
3. Ends practice of granting H-1B visa for minimum 3 years. visas are granted for three years and an extension……..Reads More>>
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