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 your petition.
In over 20 years of helping companies file H-1B petitions, I have seen the same mistakes again and again. Here are the most common ones you need to avoid, which could prove fatal to your petition.
Working cooperatively with your employer and legal counsel to ensure that all H-1B petitions, supporting documents, and labor certifications are submitted appropriately is the best way to increase your chances of being selected in the H-1B lottery and having your petition processed in a timely manner.
About the author: Jon Velie has practiced Immigration law since 1993. He is CEO of OnlineVisas.com., a revolutionary Immigration platform and global Immigration network. Jon is an Amazon number one best-selling author of H1B Visa: Application & Approval, is regularly covered by major media and has won a number of international awards. Jon can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 405-310-4333 office or 405-821-5959 mobile.