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USCIS Opens H-1B Registration Process

Today, USCIS announced that the registration period for the fiscal year 2024 H-1B cap will open at 12 PM EST on March 1, 2023.  Applicants will be able to submit their applications online until March 17, 2023, at 12 PM EST, when the registration period ends. Applicants must create a MyUSCIS online account to register their beneficiaries online, and pay the $10 H-1B registration fee for each beneficiary. Through the MyUSCIS account, applicants will be able to submit multiple registrations at once and will be able to prepare, edit, and store draft registrations before paying for and submitting their final registration(s).

If USCIS receives enough registrations by March 17, 2023, they will randomly select registrations and notify those who have been selected through their online MyUSCIS accounts. If they do not receive enough registrations, all applicants who properly submitted their registrations during the registration period, will be selected. Account holders will be notified by March 31, 2023.

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