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Mexico is a country that is becoming increasingly popular in the information technology industry. Its location, overlapping time zones with the US, and deep understanding of US workplace culture make it a prime location for outsourcing.
The concurrent H-1B petition allows H-1B holders to work for multiple employers, as long as each employer files a concurrent H-1B petition with USCIS.
The USCIS will open the initial registration period for the H-1B cap on March 1, 2023. This is a crucial step for foreign workers seeking temporary employment in the US.
Workers from Chile and Singapore can apply for an H-1B1 visa. Know the general requirements and understand H-1B vs. H-1B1.
USCIS grants interfiling EB-3 to EB-2 when a pending I-485 application can be transferred to match with another approved or pending immigrant petition.
A consulate officer may print the 221(g) notice on a letter of random color based on convenience, which was not the case earlier. Learn more about 221(g) and administrative processing.
USCIS Changes Process to Meet Issuance of 280,000 Available Employment-Based Green Cards by end of FY 2022
Before USCIS’s fiscal year ends, green card applicants must know these 9 steps to help make sure their applications are reviewed and their green cards are issued before September 30, 2022.