The H1B Visa Renewal Guide

The initial amount of time that foreign nationals under the H1B visa can stay in the U.S. is three years. After that three years is up, it is possible for them to get an extension of another three years if their employer still has work for them to do (the maximum being six years). If that is you, … Read more about The H1B Visa Renewal Guide

The H1B RFE Approval Rate

A Request for Evidence (RFE) is often required by the USCIS to make a decision about an H1B visa case. If you have submitted an RFE for an H1B or have recently been requested to do so, you may be wondering about the H1B RFE approval rate. With a request for evidence, you may be asked for additional … Read more about The H1B RFE Approval Rate

Most Common H1B RFE Reasons

The H1B visa is a temporary visa that is granted to non-immigrants with specialty occupation. People who are awarded this particular visa are employed in positions that require highly specialized skills and knowledge. Non-immigrants who work in industries like architecture, accountancy, medicine, … Read more about Most Common H1B RFE Reasons

H1B RFE: 2018 Update

The H1B visa is a type of employment-based and non-immigrant visa awarded to temporary workers. For a foreign non-immigrant individual to get the H1B visa, an employer needs to offer a job in the US first. The employer is usually the one to apply for the visa petition through the US Immigration … Read more about H1B RFE: 2018 Update

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