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The H-1B Visa Filing Process Is Set to Get a Makeover in 2019--and What You Need to Know Now

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https://www.inc.com/guadalupe-gonzalez/uscis-new-h1b-visa-process.html

 

You have until January 2, 2019, to learn about the new process and submit your comments.

 

Unveiled on December 3 by the Department of Homeland Security, the proposed new rule would require employers to register candidates online for H-1B visas a full two weeks before the traditional application deadline of April 1. Only those whose online submissions are accepted will be allowed to submit a full application. The new process would also flip the order in which petitions are reviewed and allocated, which would favor candidates with a master's degree or higher.


 

 

Taking a break from VJ.  I am looking for pro immigration forum, and in too many aspects, this is not it.

Good luck to everyone, see you on up the trail.

I cannot calculate the curve and complete the figure by the experience of sight; I can divine it by conscience. But from what I see I am sure it bends towards justice -Theodore Parker

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