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H1B Visa


The H1B visa is a temporary or non-immigrant “specialty occupation” US visa, which means the holder is employed in a position that requires specialized skills or knowledge.

Jobs that suit the H1B visa typically need a university degree or equivalent (which can mean 3 years’ work experience for each year that would normally be spent at university). The position should be one that would normally require that level of experience.

H1B visa for specialty occupationsThe visa is valid for three years, with one possible additional three-year extension, making six years’ maximum stay in total.

Any application must be sponsored by a valid company. So the individual must have an offer of work, education, or internship prior to submitting the application.

The H1B Cap

USCIS normally issue a maximum of 65,000 regular H1B visas each year, with some exceptions:

  1. The first 20,000 visas awarded to people who hold master’s degrees or higher do not count against the limit.
  2. Visas for people entering the US to work in higher education or in affiliated research/non-profit organizations may also be exempt from the cap.
  3. 6800 visas are normally reserved for citizens of Chile and Singapore, under the special H1-B1 visa. This number is deducted from the total (65,000 regular plus 20,000 masters’) visa allocation.

Because of the strict limits, visas are granted on a lottery basis. This means there is no guarantee that, even if you qualify, you will be awarded your visa. (Of course, if you do not apply, you cannot win the lottery.)

Be aware that  236,000 petitions for H1B visas were submitted in the 2016 window, and the lottery allocation was completed on April 9, 2016. That means there were 2.7 applications for each visa granted.


95% H1B Petition Success in past 12 months

In the previous 2018 H-1B period, OnlineVisas has had zero denials (and just one RFE – request for evidence) across all our H-1B petitions that passed the lottery stage.

So going with OnlineVisas is a way to maximize your chances of success!

We recommend you speak to one of our attorneys for advice on the cap.

How to Get H1B Visa

Because of the limited number of visas issued, there is a specific window for applications, which usually starts on April 1st for the fiscal year starting October 1st of the following year. So you can apply from April 1st, 2019 for entry in the year starting October 1st, 2020.

Specialized fields for H1B Visas

Field may include (but are not limited to) the following. If your area of work is not in one of the fields of work listed below, please contact us and we will be happy to advise.

  • accountancy
  • architecture
  • arts
  • computer programming

  • education
  • engineering
  • international business management
  • journalism

  • law
  • mathematics
  • medicine / health
  • modeling
  • nursing

  • research
  • sciences
  • social sciences
  • theology

Labor Condition Application

A further condition to H-1B applications is that the employer must assure that it will pay the visa holder a comparable wage to other workers who have similar qualifications. This is known as the prevailing wage.

Determining the prevailing wage can be difficult, and is one of the most common areas where an application can be held up, so you are advised to get advice from an attorney as early as possible in the process.

Advice for H1B Applicants

Online Visas’ founder Jon Velie gives some tips on your application strategy, including credentialing, prevailing wage, and the lottery.

How to Apply

Here are the steps involved in applying for your H1-B visa:

  1. You must accept a job that meets the above mentioned requirements.
  2. You must meet one of the following prerequisites:
    • Have completed a bachelors degree or higher in the field of the specialty occupation from an accredited university.
    • Hold a foreign degree which is equivalent to a bachelors degree or higher in the field of the specialty occupation.
    • Hold an unrestricted state license registration or certification in the field of the specialty occupation in the intended state of employment.
    • Have verifiable and recognized education, experience, or training in the specialty that is equivalent to the completion of a bachelors degree or higher.
  3. Contact Online Visas to arrange your personal visa strategy session with one of our attorneys. We will discuss your options and costs, and help you decide on the best way forward.

Possible Alternatives to the H1B Visa

People who may be eligible for the H1-B may also be eligible for:

  • the TN visa (for citizens of Canada or Mexico);
  • the E3 (for citizens of Australia);
  • O1 (extraordinary ability in a wide range of fields);
  • L1 visa (if they have been employed overseas for at least one continuous twelve-month period within the last three years);
  • The E1 (treaty trader) or E2 (treaty investor) visas may also be worth looking into.

Green Cards

Many H1-B holders apply for Labor Certification Green Cards under EB2 or EB3 categories.

If considering a green card application, note that there is a rule that dictates that, if a green card application is submitted prior to the end of the 5th year on H1-B, the H1-B holder can continue to extend the H1-B in one-year increments.

For those who gain extraordinary skills during their stay, they may become suitable for the EB1-1 (exceptional ability).

If a person has access to sufficient funds, they may consider applying for the EB-5 “Investor Green Card”, however note that the investment must be the applicant’s own money and may not be borrowed.

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H-1B Visa FAQs

“Can I bring my family with me to the United States?”

Yes, your immediate family (i.e. spouse and any unmarried children under the age of 21) may accompany you to the US under an H4 visa. They will be permitted to study but not work in the United States.

“Can I stay in the US on an H1B visa and be self-employed?”

No You cannot be self-employed under an H-1B visa. You must be employed by a US-based sponsoring company.

“Can my degree be issued by any university?”

Yes, in principle, however you may need to have your credentials evaluated by an approved organization. We can advise and help with this.

“How long does it take to file an H-1B visa after the LCA is approved?”

The LCA (Labor Condition Application) is a document filed with the Department of Labor that takes between 7 to 10 days to process. After the LCA is certified , filing the H-1B visa is done almost immediately. Often, employees can continue working while the LCA is pending.

This type of work authorization requires that you have all necessary documents related to the job. The documents need to show that the prevailing wage is being met, the position is a specialty occupation, and the assigned work covers the duration of the visa.

H-1B Filing and Selection Periods

Once the H-1B petition is filed, the selection process can take anywhere from four to six months, depending on whether the petitioner is subject to the cap or not.

Cap-subject H-1B visa petitions have to be filed in the first five days of April to compete for the 65,000 available visas. Once USCIS fills the 65,000 cap-subject slots, another 20,000 visa petitions are selected in a lottery designated for the graduates of U.S. universities with master’s
degrees or higher.

The selection period often lasts through the middle of summer. We have even seen notice of selection received after the October 1st start date.

“I do not have a degree. Can I still qualify for an H1B visa?”

Yes. If you have relevant work experience in you speciality field, you may qualify with equivalent experience. You will normally need three years’ work experience per one year of degree study, so typically twelve years’ minimum.

“Is it possible to stay longer than 6 years on an H1B visa?”

No, the visa itself is strictly limited to the initial 3 years plus possible 3-year extension. However you may be able to stay longer if you apply for permanent residency (Green Card) while holding an H-1B visa.  But, it is important you apply for the Green Card by the end of year 2 of your extension.

“Is there a minimum length of degree study?”

To qualify for the H1B, you typically need minimum four years of study on a degree course. If you have completed more than one degree, it may be possible to combine the time spent on multiple degree-level courses. You may also use a combination of university study plus progressive work experience.

“What does “progressive” experience mean?”

The USCIS has not specified exactly what is meant by “progressive” but you can take it to mean that your work must have required continual advancement over time.

“What is credential evaluation?”

This is simply the process of assessing to what extent education or work experience gained outside the United States is equivalent to similar experience in the US. Foreign education may be evaluated by evaluators outside the US, but work experience gained in other countries must be supported with documentation.

“What would be the consequences if the US ended H1-B visas?”

It would adversely effect our tech, medical, science, higher education ad many others. US companies require the best and brightest to compete. We have massive numbers of jobs in the tech and other industries that can not find enough talented workers in the STEM fields.

Jobs and companies would leave the US for more welcoming nations. International students will also drastically drop in numbers impacting US colleges and universities.

“Are F2 visa holders allowed to attend a job interview in order to get H1B sponsors?”

Yes, attending an interview is not considered work and not in violation of the F-2 or other visas that do not permit unauthorized work. If you are offered a position. You may change your status to an H-1B subject to its filing procedures.

“Are there increase in H1B RFEs and/or rejects in the recent past?”

At Online Visas we have not witnessed such a major spike in the number of Requests For Evidence (RFE) and denials (USCIS data indicates 400%) in the recent past.

The severity of consequences for even minor clerical mistakes is expected to increase as USCIS officers are no longer required to issue an RFE or Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) as of today, Sept. 11, 2018, when PM-602-0163 goes into effect.

“Can I port my H1B to a new employer after an H1B amendment denial?”

You can port your H-1B if you are still working on the original H-1B, however if you left the first job went to another position and the previous H-1B has expired, you may have broken the chain. I would need more information, please feel free to contact us directly to better address your situation.

“Is the LCA filed for the H1B process tied to a specific employee?”

The Labor Certification Application (LCA) is submitted to the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) to ensure that there are no American’s willing or qualified to take the job and that the employer pays the prevailing wage.

Determining the prevailing wage is one of the most common areas where an application can be held up.

“What are the possibilities for an H1B visa in the entertainment industry, for someone with the higher education in a totally different background?”

Obtaining an H-1B visa hinges on the ability to demonstrate the applicant’s specialized knowledge that qualifies them for the position.

An O1 visa may be an option if you meet at least three of the following conditions:

  1. Have received national or international awards or prizes of excellence in their field.
  2. Being a member of associations whose membership requires outstanding achievement, judged by nationally or internationally recognized experts in the respective discipline.
  3. Their work has been featured in professional or high-profile trade publications or mainstream media.
  4. The applicant has served in some capacity as a judge of others in the same (or closely related) field. This could either be individual or as part of a judging panel.
  5. Have had articles published in professional or notable trade publications.
  6. Have made original scientific, academic, or business contributions of major significance in their respective field.
  7. Have served in a leading or critical capacity for highly regarded organizations or establishments.
  8. Command a high salary or remuneration for their services.
  9. Other relevant evidence of exceptional expertise that does not fit any of the above criteria.
“What is the process of sponsoring (for the company) and qualifying for (the person) an H1B visa? What are the hoops that have to be jumped through? How much does it cost?”

In order to protect the interest of US citizens and residents, the H-1B requires a Labor Condition Application (LCA) which is set in place to ensure equal opportunity, pay, and working conditions for foreign workers and US citizens and residents.

One step in this process is the LCA Notice of Posting. Essentially, this is a requirement that the employer formally informed their employees and the public in writing that the LCA is being filed.

The notice of posting can come in two forms – a hard copy notice or an electronic notice. To post a hard copy notice, after the LCA attestation is accepted, the employer must print and sign the LCA. Then, they must post it in two conspicuous places in the work area where the beneficiary would be working.

An electronic notice should be given on or within 30 days before the labor certification is filed. It should be made available for viewing by affected employees for at least 10 days. The employer may make the notice available using any means it normally uses to communicate with workers such as a “home page” or “electronic bulletin board”.

Rules for the notice of posting vary slightly depending on if there is a bargaining representative or not.

According to the Code of Federal Regulation, if there is not a bargaining representative, the notice should include:

  • that H-1B nonimmigrants are sought;
  • the number of such nonimmigrants the employer is seeking;
  • the occupational classification; the wages offered;
  • the period of employment;
  • the location(s) at which the H-1B nonimmigrants will be employed;
  • and that the LCA is available for public inspection at the H-1B employer’s principal place of business in the U.S. or at the worksite.

The notice should also include the statement:

“Complaints alleging misrepresentation of material facts in the labor condition application and/or failure to comply with the terms of the labor condition application may be filed with any office of the Wage and Hour Division of the United States Department of Labor.”

If there is collective bargaining representative for the occupational classification in which the beneficiary will be employed, the notice should pinpoint:

  • the number of H-1B nonimmigrants the employer is seeking to employ;
  • the occupational classification in which the H-1B nonimmigrants will be employed;
  • the wages offered;
  • the period of employment;
  • and the location(s) at which the H-1B nonimmigrants will be employed.

In addition to posting the labor certification, the employer must develop and maintain documentation to support the statements made in the notice of posting.

The Code of Federal Regulation States that the employer should retain records for one year beyond the period which the H-1B nonimmigrant was employed under the labor condition application or, if no beneficiary was employed, one year after the date the LCA expired. Moreover, the documentation must be made available for public and Department of Labor examination upon request.

“What kinds of RFEs USCIS are imposing on H1B Extensions?”

FYI: Effective Sept. 11, 2018, USCIS officers are no longer required to issue a Request For Evidence (RFE) or a Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) and may outright deny an application, petition or request for even minor clerical mistakes.

4 major issues with H-1B visas that can trigger an RFE

1. Deference to previously approved visas

The first major hurdle for H-1B visa holders came in the form of Policy Memorandum 602-0151 issued on October 23, 2017. The new memorandum rescinded previous guidance, issued April 23, 2004, that gave deference to prior determinations of eligibility for H-1B visa holders filing for extensions that involved the same parties and underlying facts as the initial petition.

In other words, USCIS introduced a series of policies with more stringent standards to apply to previously approved petitions.

2. Level 1 wage

The second complication to H-1B petitions is wage levels. More H-1B RFEs now question wage level 1. On March 31, 2017, USCIS issued a policy memorandum that put into question the qualification of ‘computer programmer’ as a specialty occupation. Specifically, entry-level positions that require a university degree, but no experience are typically classified under level 1 wage. USCIS has argued that the job duties paying level 1 wages are not complex enough to qualify as specialized but too complex to be considered entry-level because they involve the exercise of judgment and thus require oversight from a wage level 3 supervisor. Quite the predicament.

3. Specialty occupation

This brings us to the problem of singular degrees and specialization. USCIS contends that a specialty occupation requires a theoretical and practical application of a body of specialized knowledge and together with at least a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent. The issue with the singular degree requirement is that often the coursework of a related degree provides the specialized knowledge needed to perform job duties.

For instance, to fill a computer programmer position an applicant does not necessarily require a computer science degree to carry out tasks. Instead, a person with a mathematics or information technology degree can adequately fulfil such job responsibilities. Under the new policy, if an employer determines that an applicant with a mathematics degree is most qualified for a computer programmer position, a technical evaluation must then be submitted with solid documentation demonstrating how the applicant’s coursework is directly connected to the job description, adding time and money to an already complex process.

4. Right to control

Another obstacle to the H-1B visa is the “right to control” in which USCIS scrutinizes the employer-employee relationship by weighing multiple factors such as who directly supervises the H-1B worker and whether supervision is performed on or off-site.

If the work is performed off-site, then the method and frequency of supervision are analyzed. USCIS further evaluates the employer-employee relationship in a myriad of ways, most common are: who pays the H-1B worker, sets their hours, directs their daily tasks, is in charge of hiring and firing, provides benefits and claims the worker for tax purposes. The use of proprietary information and whether the end work product is directly linked to the H-1B employer’s (petitioner’s) business is closely examined.

To combat such intrusive investigation by USCIS, project management software that indicates oversight and services provided by all constituents should be used. Furthermore, submitting an itinerary or any and all documentation demonstrating the employer-employee relationship with specific job duties that is signed by all parties can help increase the chances of success.

“Will it be a good option to switch jobs after 9/11 with H1B filed under normal processing and waiting for the final approval?”

Obtaining H-1B transfer approval to switch jobs without premium processing, which is suspended until mid-February, will be an extremely SLOW process. Exploring H-1B visa alternatives could be a solution to avoid long wait times.

“Will restricting legal immigration destroy the country economically as H1B visa holders pay billions of dollars in taxes annually and they get no benefits (no social security, no medicare or other benefits)?”

Restricting H-1B visa issuance has a number of negative impacts on our economy. Statistically every H-1B visa creates almost two jobs for Americans on average. In smaller companies it can create almost 7 jobs per each H-1B. Reducing H-1Bs reduces jobs for Americans at almost double a rate.

Makjng these high skilled visas tougher to obtain for American companies forces jobs and companies to leave America. It also has caused foreign nation students to lose interest in attending US Universities. Indian students have decreased admissions by 28% while Chinese students havre decreased by 24%. This translates to a loss of approximately $2 Billion in tuition to US universities annually.

Other countries like Canada and India are already enjoying increase migration of American companies and foreign nationals to bolster their economy especially in the tech industry.

The US has lead the world in technology by importing the top skill in the world to come to our inviting and innovative environment, visa regulations are chilling this environment, this could cause us to lose our leadership position and adversely impact our economy.

Is USCIS not sending RFEs for H1 petition this year?

Effective Sept. 11, 2018, USCIS officers are no longer required to issue a Request For Evidence (RFE) or a Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) and may outright deny an application, petition or request for even minor clerical mistakes.

The new policy implementation allowing USCIS officers the ability to deny a visa or green card application, petition or request without issuing a Request for Evidence (RFE) gives adjudicators almost full discretion to make complex judgments without clear standards nor proper oversight to safeguard against unequal treatment.

What this means is that immigration officials who have questions about a case or see a technical issue can merely deny instead of give applicants or petitioners an opportunity to correct clerical errors or provide US employers and attorneys the right to address concerns.

The intensified restrictions to immigration still allow for the official to issue an RFE, but will they? In some cases yes.

However, past actions signal that denials will rise, even in cases that would ultimately be approved given the opportunity to rectify concerns or submit additional evidence.

USCIS’ updated policy states that an application, petition, or request can now be denied without issuing a Request for Evidence (RFE). What will be the implication of this on H1B Visa holders?

The new policy implementation allowing USCIS officers the ability to deny a visa or green card application, petition or request without issuing a Request for Evidence (RFE) gives adjudicators almost full discretion to make complex judgments without clear standards nor proper oversight to safeguard against unequal treatment.

What this means is that immigration officials who have questions about a case or see a technical issue can merely deny instead of give applicants or petitioners an opportunity to correct clerical errors or provide U.S. employers and attorneys the right to address concerns.

The intensified restrictions to immigration still allow for the official to issue an RFE, but will they? In some cases yes.

However, past actions signal that denials will rise, even in cases that would ultimately be approved given the opportunity to rectify concerns or submit additional evidence.

The implication for an H1-B visa holder seeking an extension is thisdot your i’s and cross your t’s. Make sure you have a seasoned law professional with high approval success in your corner.

The changes could be devastating to American employers and employees who use legal processes to file visa petitions on behalf of the foreign nationals to extend their employment.

Leave a Comment:

Amrita says January 3, 2017

Am I eligible to apply H1B visa?
I am PGDBM in HR and having work experience of 4 Years in the field of Human Resource as assistant manager HR.

ANAND KUMAR says January 5, 2017

hello, i do not have any employers sponsorship ,but still i want to come usa for job, my current age is 47 yrs, 3 years gulf experiences and 12 years indian experience in the field of transport company and civil construction company.
can u suggest.

nand lal yadav says January 20, 2017

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Amit Varshney says January 24, 2017

I want take your expert opinion to submit my H1B request.

    Parker Blackburn says February 23, 2017


    I will e-mail you and we can brainstorm strategy together!

Pragati Sandeep chonkar says February 4, 2017

This information was really helpful..thanks

    Parker Blackburn says February 23, 2017

    Surely! Let us know how we can best help you in the future!

sharma kumar harmesh says February 6, 2017

Dear Sir/Madam My daughter done masters in U S & looking forward for H1B or
green card,please advise (help) how to move forward & your fees.
Thanks & Regards

    Parker Blackburn says February 23, 2017

    Wonderful, and congratulations to you and your daughter!

    I will e-mail you how we, together, may best obtain a visa for her.

Lucky says February 7, 2017

I want to apply for UK visa

Nishit says February 8, 2017

i wnant some information regarding J-1 Visa. if you can help me whit this. thank you.

    Parker Blackburn says February 23, 2017

    Sure thing!

    I will go ahead and shoot you an e-mail right now regarding your inquiries and how you may best obtain a J-1 Visa!

Vikram says February 15, 2017

Do you sponsor for H1B visa?

Krishna Das Banerjee says February 17, 2017


    Parker Blackburn says February 23, 2017

    Thank you for reaching out to us!

    I will e-mail you in how we may best aid your daughter!

Mr ANYIA FRANCIS says February 18, 2017

I am a licensed Medical Laboratory Scientist based in Nigeria, Africa. I have about 10 years working experience. I can also concluded my Masters of science degree in Medical Laboratory Science in a Nigerian University. I am interested Relocating to the United States of America by getting a Work Sponsorship. I pray your support and counseling on how to get a Medical Laboratory Scientist Work Sponsorship.
Department of Chemical Pathology,
University of Port Harcourt,
Rivers state,

    Parker Blackburn says February 23, 2017

    Hello Mr. Francis!

    Wow, congratulations on all of your accolades! I will e-mail you in regards to how we may best work together.

    I understand you may be looking, and we are happy to help your potential employer through the US immigration visa process. However, we are not a job location company. One option to consider is Foreign Staffing Inc, which tries to match international employers and job seekers.

    FSI web site is http://www.foreignstaffing.com/employers/foreign-staffing-global-services/foreign-job-search/

    Please let me know if you are able to find a sponsor and I wish you the best of look! It sounds like your resume and education is on par!

Raja Qasim Ali says February 20, 2017

Hy,I am behalf on visit visa stay in Dubai,but I have job letter us company, I want to apply in Dubai h1b visa,possible us embassy got me h1b visa?

    Parker Blackburn says February 23, 2017

    Hello Raja!

    The Online Visas team will be e-mailing you in regards to your H-1B inquiries.


Younus says February 26, 2017

I am master degree have over 20 year experience in textile chemicals looking for H1B may I know if it work for me

Kamal Ahmed says February 27, 2017

Hi Team,

I am Kamal Ahmed, I have got 13 years of experience in F&A domain in finance and accounts

I want to apply for the H1B Visa and need your assistance.

I am commerce graduate and also PDBA ( Finance )


Manjeet says March 3, 2017

Really helpful knowledge and now a want a sponsor from the company side

Muthiah says March 4, 2017

My son completed MS in chemical engineering and completed PhD in system and information engineering in Virginia university. He just got employment three months back in HI B visa in same university for the post of computational data scientist but visa is just for 9 months only. Let me know what is the impact of new rule and whether he can continue his employment after April or else can he look for other employment. Pls advise

Khurshida Akther says March 5, 2017

It’s an excellent discussion. I would like to apply for the rye of visa in Australia

Suman Kalsiwal says March 6, 2017

i am looking to process my h1 b visa…required informaton as i dont have any job right now in USA

Srinu Buddigina says March 8, 2017

i am a certified SAP Consultant and looking for H1B visa. please guide me

ramya says March 10, 2017

Hii sir…my husband got the H1 last year 2016.he study MS in US.but he did not came to India with H1 stamping…because of now the situation is very difficult in USA…can u pleas advice is this right time of his coming to India purpose of stamping??

    Parker Blackburn says March 10, 2017


    Thank you for your question! I will send you an e-mail so we can set up a time to speak with an attorney as soon as possible!

    Parker, Online Visas

Ganga tmg says March 21, 2017


K A CHAUDHARY says March 23, 2017

Dear Sir/Madam My son done PHARM D ( DOCTOR OF PHARMACY) in FLORIDA -US looking forward for H1B or green card,please advise (help) how to move forward & your fees.
Thanks & Regards

adithya says March 24, 2017

Interested in knowing on how will you help me apply for a H1B for 2017 lottery!

Asima Jabeen says March 24, 2017

It’s amazing information. Thank you

    OnlineVisas.com says March 30, 2017

    We are glad to help!

    Please feel free to e-mail or call if you have any questions, thanks Asima!


Nagarjuna reddy says March 29, 2017

I have recently received a job in US. I am from India and I want to know that is there any issue in the VISA processing in near future. Its becoz my employer is asking me to pay a part of visa fee.

Tamanna says March 29, 2017

Thanks for the information!
I have a doubt. My husband has H1B. I have applied for H4, but while taking the interview appointment, the DS160 that we submitted require corrections. Now, I am unable to edit my DS160. Should I cancel my appointment? Do we get refund of fee in case of appointment cancellation? Please help.

Dennys says March 30, 2017


I’m psychologist and I live in Peru. I would like to know if I’m eligible to apply for an H1B visa for working in the human resources area in a company. I already worked for that company before with a J1 visa in the work and travel program and the employer would be agree to sponsor me.

Please let me know if me and my sponsor are eligible for this type of visa.

Thanks a lot

    OnlineVisas.com says April 4, 2017

    Allow me to e-mail you so we can discuss your case further and see how quickly we might be able to help!

    We appreciate your time and hope to help ASAP!


Goapaal L Megani says April 3, 2017

I have got the mail from one of the agency and they are asking INR 250 thousand for Restaurant manager job provides in Orlando USA .what should I do? kindly advise. Thanks and Regards

    OnlineVisas.com says April 4, 2017

    Hi Goapaal!

    Let me send you an e-mail so we can further discuss your interests.


Raman Bharti says April 4, 2017

I currently working as District Manager in India, Punjab, District Hoshiarpur in govt reputed company. I am post graduate in Computer Application. Please guide me how I apply for H1B visa.

Nzuti yvette Tenezencha epse Tendongafac says April 5, 2017

Please I am a teacher by profession and I will like to apply for a job in USA .can u send me an email address so that I can apply and equally apply for an H_b visa.thanks .

ramesh swami says May 28, 2017

I want take your expert opinion to submit my h1 b visa request

Ssenyonga wizn says June 23, 2017

That’s nice and am likely to showcace my art works and skills in USA if u allow me.

TERESITA Villanueva ROBARIOS says July 19, 2017

Thank you very much for all the relevant information that I got from this website. i find this very helpful and genuine. I hope i can get more information once I have communications with Judy Willis.

Maria says August 5, 2017

I’m searching for a job in Usa in order to apply for a H1B visa. I studied fine Arts at the University of fine Arts in Greece and I also have a vocational training in jewelry design and making.Now, I work in this field as a freelancer in my country.
Could you please give me some information so I can find a job there?
Thank you.

    OnlineVisas.com says September 17, 2017

    Maria, thank you for your inquiry. I have emailed you a list of agencies that can assist you with obtaining employment in the US. Please feel free to come back to me with any further questions. We wish you well on your search.

jaydutt says August 16, 2017

hi actually i want to do work in U.S.A ,and i want to know how i can apply for H1B while i do have C1D VISA .

    OnlineVisas.com says September 17, 2017

    Great, thank you for visiting our website. Please see your email for further details.

arthur says September 23, 2017

Hi can you advise/help me i have B1/B2 visa now but how can i apply or get H1B visa personally? thanks

    OnlineVisas.com says September 23, 2017

    Hi Arthur,
    I will contact you directly to set a time with one of our Attorney’s. We would love to help you.

Naresh K Koneru says October 5, 2017

I found good information here and
I am very much interested to work in USA, I have 5+ year’s experience in retail as a Visual Merchandiser and looking for a job sponsor. Please, could kindly help me

Thanks you!!

Evelina Tibubos says October 9, 2017

I hope you can help me my niece has visa screen and has AMT( medical Technology) certificate somebody told her that she can not work here because she just known that she is positive for hep B please advice

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