Clarity and Strength in Immigration Law

Posted in: January, 2015

H-1B Cap Season Is Upon Us! Ten Ways to Prepare NOW for Success

Tis the season – H-1B season! As an immigration attorney practicing in the employment-based immigration realm, I fondly refer to the period of time from around January to April 1 each year as H-1B season. This is the time of year when our office is abuzz preparing H-1B petitions for the H-1B cap to be […]

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How to document an in-house project for an H-1B filing

Are you planning on filing an H-1B petition for an in-house project? Make sure you proactively submit proper documentation of the project! Sometimes IT consulting companies have the H-1B employee work at the H-1B employer’s offices instead of at an end client worksite. The employee in this situation works on a project for a client […]

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Specialty Occupation RFEs for H-1Bs: Are level one wages special enough?

The true case examples used below are used for illustration purposes. Case results depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case and case results do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any future case undertaken by a lawyer. In this post, we wrote about several current processing trends for H-1B petitions. […]

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