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June 20, 2021 08:07 PM UTC

4 Ways an Attorney Can Help with the H1-B Process

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  • by: Phoner

When companies hire foreign workers to help meet their needs, they may need to pursue the H-1B visa. This visa, which falls under the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act, applies to organizations seeking to hire nonimmigrant workers in specialty occupations or as fashion models.

There are up to 65,000 of these visas issued each year. For most organizations, pursuing this visa will take the special skills and knowledge of an H1b visa lawyer Los Angeles-based. These attorneys can help you:

Determine in advance whether or not your organization and your employee qualify for the visa.

Present the best case for approval of the H-1B status application to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

  1. Obtain the most current prevailing wage for the job and location.
  2. Complete the visa petition, the Labor Conditions Application petition, and all additional supporting documentation accurately.
  3. Respond to any Requests for Evidence from the USCIS.
  4. Follow up on lottery results and petition review.

The H1-B process can be essential for many employers and their employees. To ensure you do it correctly and move through the process as quickly as possible, hiring an attorney to help you is one of the best decisions you can make.

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