H-1B Visa

Do you know the B1 in lieu of H1B visa?

The B-1 in lieu of H-1B visa is an exception established in the U.S. Foreign Affairs Manual to address the need to send highly specialized employees to the U.S. in order to perform tasks specified in an agreement. Imagine a situation where you lead a multinational company with offices in the United States and several […]

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H-1B Visa Season has began!

H-1B Visa is a nonimmigrant visa dedicated to specialized professionals who will be hired by US employers for local work. As an employment-based, H-1B visa requires a job offer of an US employer. The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) informed that the initial registration period for the fiscal year 2023 H-1B cap will begin

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Learn about the process for obtaining the H1B visa for 2022

O que é o visto H1B?  O visto H1B é direcionado a profissionais estrangeiros, mais especificamente, voltado para uma mão de obra especializada e não facilmente encontrada nos EUA, ou seja, profissionais graduados e com experiência bastante específica em seu campo de atuação. Para que se enquadre no termo mão de obra especializada, que caracteriza o visto H1B, o profissional deve possuir o treinamento e as aptidões necessárias para aplicar de forma teórica e prática

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Trump extends proclamation that affects the issuance of new green cards and work visas

Last Thursday, the 31st, President Donald Trump extended until March 31st, 2021, the proclamation that affects the issuance of new work visas such as L, H and J at embassies and consulates, as well as consular interviews for green card processes due to the “continued weakness of the United States labor market due to the

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Emission of visas and greencards: understand the important changes planned for october

On August 25th, the US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) announced it would be shutting down its administrative procedures, as a result of the dismissal, for an indefinite period of time, of about 13,000 of its employees (the “USCIS Administrative Furlough”) , due to the need to cut costs from the American immigration agency’s budget.

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Frequently asked questions about Proclamation no. 10,014, which suspends the issuance of non-immigrant work visas

Drummond Advisors professionals gathered the most frequently asked questions related to Executive Order no. 10,014, from April 22, 2020, extended on June 22, 2020 to December 31, 2020, which suspends the issuance of non-immigrant work visas in categories H-1B, H-2B, L and J and limits the entry to the United States. 1. Which visas are

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Trump temporarily suspends visa issuance for some foreign workers in the USA

On June 22, 2020, the extension of Presidential Proclamation 10,014 of April 22, 2020 was published, temporarily suspending the issuance of non-immigrant work visas in categories H-1B, H-2B, J-1 and L, with some exceptions which will be explored below, for individuals who are outside the United States and have not yet had their visa stamped

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New processing for H-1B visas in 2020: Stay tuned for new deadlines and requirements

The H-1B visa, intended to fill technical positions with professionals who have a bachelor’s degree or higher, will undergo changes in the deadline and form of processing in 2020. From now on, H-1B visa applications must first be submitted through an electronic registration available on the new US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) online portal,

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Number of denied working visas for the United States more than doubled in 3 years

Recently, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services director Ken Cuccinelli confirmed that he was, along with the Trump administration, increasing bureaucracy for US companies to hire foreign employees. According to USCIS own data, the H-1B (work visa for skilled professionals) negative rate has more than doubled, from 6% in 2016 to 16% in 2019. Louanni

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