Yes, it is possible to get an H1B visa for a part-time job, and it is also possible to work for multiple H1B employers .
Even if you have left the United States after your first H1B employment has terminated, you are exempt from going through the H1B “cap lottery” again if you have a new job offer within the first 6 years of being…
Khadija DerrickOctober 9, 2023
Yes, you can extend your H1B status beyond the 6 years limit if you have an approved I-140 EB2 NIW petition and your priority date is not current.
Khadija DerrickOctober 3, 2023
To qualify for the Masters Cap, the beneficiary must have a degree from a U.S. institution of higher education as defined in Section 101(a) of the Higher Education Act of 1965. This includes U.S. public and private non-profit educational institutions,…
Khadija DerrickAugust 31, 2023
Registering an applicant for the H1B lottery is a fairly straightforward process, but care must be taken on complying with the right procedures within the time window that USCIS designates.
Khadija DerrickAugust 16, 2023
Changing from full-time to part-time is considered a material change and the employer will need to file an amended H1B petition with a new LCA.
Khadija DerrickAugust 11, 2023
Nationals of Chile and Singapore can qualify for an H1b1 visa if they have an offer from a US employer to work in a specialty occupation and have at least a Bachelor’s degree.
Khadija DerrickAugust 9, 2023
If a visa holder has changed employers in the same visa category, they may be able to use their existing visa to enter the U.S., even if it is annotated with the name of their prior employer.
Khadija DerrickAugust 3, 2023
The 60-day grace period is given only once per authorized validity period. If you apply for an H1B transfer during your grace period and this petition is denied, you may not get a second 60-day grace period after the denial.
Khadija DerrickJuly 21, 2023
Yes, an H1B petition is automatically revoked in certain situations, and in other cases, USCIS may issue a notice of intent to revoke (USCIS) for grounds including a petitioner’s noncompliance with H visa requirements.
Khadija DerrickJuly 20, 2023
Employers have until June 30th to file FY 2024 H-1B cap lottery petitions and supporting evidence with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
Khadija DerrickJune 12, 2023
A noncitizen would be considered a public charge if the Department of Homeland Security, “DHS” determines based on a totality of the circumstance-based analysis that a noncitizen is likely to become primarily dependent on the government for subsistence.
Startup companies can sponsor H-1B workers but may need to provide additional evidence to prove they can pay the wage and have sufficient work for the employee.
If your H-1B registration was selected in the lottery, the employer will have a limited time to file an H1b petition with USCIS.
Khadija DerrickMarch 16, 2023
Australian nationals can apply for the E-3 visa classification at a U.S. Consulate or may apply in the U.S. by having an employer submit a petition to USCIS.
Under the current immigration regulations, an employer-employee relationship exists where the employer may “hire, pay, supervise, or otherwise control the work” of any such employee.
Khadija DerrickFebruary 20, 2023
The State Department is set to unveil a pilot program that allows H and L visa holders to renew their visas without having to leave the country.