Some folks are predicting that H-1 quota may last a lot longer than just April.
Remember also, if there is a lottery, ALL cases received by and including 5 April will be included in the lottery. As the regulation 8 CFR §214.2(h)(8)(ii)(B) states:
If the final receipt date is any of the first five business days on which petitions subject to the applicable numerical limit may be received (i.e., if the numerical limit is reached on any one of the first five business
A member of the legal immigrant community had posted this comment this morning http://www.immigration.com/visa/h-1-...#comment-6423:
Submitted by Rajnikant on Jul 9th 2012.
I m Rajnikant I went for visa stamping at Delhi ,India and my case was put under 221(g) administrative processing(Green letter). On April 1st 2011, and after that I submit required document to the VFS center Ahmedabad (document required A DHS latter copy and end client
Legislation to Eliminate Annual Per-Country H-1B Limits Passes One Hurdle
For some time, immigration legislation to eliminate annual per-country limits for green cards has been held up in the U.S. Senate primarily by a single U.S. Senator, Senator Charles Grassley. These limits have particularly affected Indians and Chinese applicants in the employment-based categories, as the per-nation quotas for both of these countries are backlogged for several years. We understand that Senator
In a welcome move, US government is showing some understanding of the economic benefits of business and employment-based immigration.
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director Alejandro Mayorkas have outlined a series of policy, operational, and outreach efforts to fuel the nation's economy and stimulate investment by attracting foreign entrepreneurial talent of exceptional ability or who otherwise can create jobs, form
Updated 2nd December 2011 at 01:38 AM by monica1
Following is a list of questions recently asked by a USCIS investigator of an H-1B employee working at a client site. If you are a member of our compliance group of employers, attend the free conference call scheduled for employers only on 7th July 2011. Membership in the group is by invitation only.
1. What is your name?
2. Can see your ID card?
3. How long you are in US?
4. Have you been visited your home country?
5. Who are you currently employed with?
Updated 2nd December 2011 at 01:39 AM by monica1