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H-1B

H-1B Worker Who Quits Cannot Be Required to Pay Back H-1B Fees
May 21, 2018
An H-1B Visa allows a non-immigrant worker to work temporarily in the US for a sponsoring employer.  An employer must petition for an H-1B Visa on the employee’s behalf; an employee can’t do it, and the costs of petitioning for an H-1B Visa are substantial.
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H1B Lottery Completed
April 16, 2018
The H-1B program allows companies in the United States to temporarily employ foreign workers in occupations that require the theoretical and practical application of a body of highly specialized knowledge and a bachelor’s degree or higher in the specific specialty, or its equivalent.
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You’ve Filed the H1B Petition, Now What?
April 6, 2018
Many companies seeking approval for H1B workers are breathing a sigh of relief.
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USCIS Reinstates Premium Processing Option for H-1Bs for Certain Nonprofit and Educational Institution Petitioners
July 25, 2017
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced yesterday that it will now accept requests for premium processing services for H-1B petitions filed by petitioning employers that fit into any of the following categories:
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Tweets Follow

Jul 18

We Sued the DOL, and the DOL Blinked. A Summary of the Persauder Rule outcome: https://t.co/YkWTg02mn4

Jul 18

New #SHRM Court Report: FMLA Leave May Not Preclude Unemployment Benefits: https://t.co/RRbbRGHSZg

Jul 18

NLRB Expands Weingarten Rights - What this Means for Employers: https://t.co/L54DiYJvEv