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New Rule Affecting Retention of EB-1 / EB-2 / EB-3 Workers, January 2017

An Explanation of the US Immigration Rule  “Retention of EB-1, EB-2, and EB-3 Immigrant Workers and Program Improvements Affecting High-Skilled Nonimmigrant Workers” of January 18, 2017 On January

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OnlineVisas Offers H-1B Petitions for just $999

For the first time, Online Visas is able to offer U.S. businesses a H-1B Visa Petition service package for our lowest-ever price of just $999 per application. The $999 fee covers our legal services,

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Debunking Issa’s “Protect and Grow Jobs Act”

Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA), has proposed legislation which would drastically change the landscape of H-1B immigration in the US. The bill is called the “Protect and Grow American Jobs Act”

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H-1B Required Documents

One of the excellent attributes of the Online Visas Gateway system is that it organizes all your required visa documents in one place. However, you’ll still need to assemble these items and upload them

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H-1B Cap Exempt Candidates

Much of the anxiety surrounding filing for an H-1B visa stems from the cap on H-1B visas. Most people are aware that the general cap on H-1Bs is set at 65,000 annually with an additional 20,000 visas available

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Tips on Drafting an LCA Notice of Posting for an H-1B Visa Application

When obtaining an H-1B, it’s important to remember that the visa is granted in order to benefit the US enterprise – not the beneficiary. In order to protect the interest of US citizens and residents,

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Avoid the Most Common H-1B Mistakes

The H-1B filing period comes around only once a year and the cap is quickly reached. When filing your petition, it’s important to get things right the first time to avoid crucial delays which could disqualify

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Alternatives to the H-1B Visa

With the fiscal year cap on H-1B visas set at 85,000, many employers are looking for alternatives to bring qualified workers into their companies. Pursuing alternate visa types or schemes within the framework

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H-1B Visa: What is a Specialty Occupation?

H-1B visas are granted to qualifying persons trained and employed in specialty occupations. Many of the Requests for Evidence received by over 25% of H-1B petitions involve the question as to whether or

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Improving Immigration in Trump’s America

How Legal Immigration Reform Could Be the Key to Bringing Jobs Back to America Under the Trump Administration. Donald Trump campaigned on creating jobs for Americans and bringing companies back to America.

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