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H-1B approval for cap-subject H-1B at USCIS for a Nanotechnology Engineer

By May 22, 2019December 16th, 2020Approvals
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We just received an H-1B approval from USCIS for a cap-subject H-1B. The applicant is a Nanotechnology Engineer and has a Master’s Degree from a U.S. University. The employer is based in New Jersey and the applicant currently works for the company on F-1 visa. The employer paid for a premium processing that was available for cap-subject H-1B petitions requesting change of status this year.

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