H-1B Cap Update

Posted by Marwah Serag|US Immigration
May 09

USCIS announced on May 11, 2009 that it is still accepting H-1B Visa petitions towards the H-1B cap for FY2010. The Service has still not received enough H-1B petitions to meet the 65,000 cap. The H-1B visa is for professionals in specialty occupations who are seeking entrance to the United States to work in their field of expertise. Such a person must be "clearly professional," meaning that the individual possess either a baccalaureate degree or have amassed the equivalent employment experience or a combination of the two.

Specialty occupations include accountants, lawyers, doctors, engineers, management consultants and systems analysts. You may still be eligible for an H-1B visa! Contact our US Immigration lawyers at 1-800-993-9971 or via the internet at pwcimmigrationlaw-info@ca.pwc.com.

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