Clarity and Strength in Immigration Law

Posted in: April, 2013

H-1B Cap Case Receipts: Don’t Give Up Yet!

We continue to receive H-1B receipts for cap cases filed this April. If you have filed an H-1B petition subject to the H-1B cap and don’t have a receipt notice yet, don’t give up hope yet! We have also started to receive the first H-1B cap approval notices and are notifying clients as they arrive. 

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H-1B Receipts Update – H-1B Cap Cases

Just today, we have started to receive H-1B receipt notices for the recently filed H-1B cap cases. Please note that if we received the receipt for your case, we have already notified you and/or your employer. We will continue to notify clients as soon as the receipts come in as we know you are anxious […]

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USCIS Issuing H-1B Cap Receipt Notices?

The Sumner Immigration Law team has heard a few reports from other immigration attorneys that they have received H-1B premium processing receipts. Sumner immigration Law did not file many cases via premium processing and therefore we cannot attest first-hand to this. We understand through informal channel that USCIS may start issuing receipt notices this week […]

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H-1B Lottery Update – 3:30 pm 4/8/2013

USCIS has just released a press release announcing that they already conducted the lottery on April 7th for both the US master’s and regular cap cases. They also announced that they received approximately 124,000 H-1B petitions for the cap for FY 2014 (for US master’s and regular together).    For Sumner Immigration Law clients: Please […]

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H-1B Cap Met First Week of Filing: H-1B Lottery Update

  USCIS announced late on Friday, April 5th that it has received more than 65,000 petitions for the H-1B “regular” cap and more than 20,000 for the H-1B US master’s cap. April 5th was the last day USCIS would accept an H-1B cap petition for FY2014. Since USCIS received more petitions than are available in […]

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H-1B Bunny Visits Sumner Immigration Law

As you may know, the past few weeks the Sumner Immigration Law team has been hard at work preparing cap-subject H-1B petitions for filing on Friday, March 29th for delivery to USCIS on Monday, April 1. We are huge proponents of the power of positive thinking and positive energy, for the good of our clients […]

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