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  • Type: FAQ
    Post date: Jan 28th 2020
    Body:

    Watch the Video on this FAQ:

    Consequences of losing my job on H-1B and revocation of I-140

     

    Video Transcript:

    The moment the I-140 is revoked nobody can take away your priority date. The only time priority date can be taken away is if the I-140 was approved in error or through fraud. On the other hand, once the I-140 has been approved and stays approved for 180 days not only do you keep your priority date, you also keep the right to keep extending your H-1B beyond six years with any employer. So180 days is a great time to wait. These regulations changed on January 17th, 2017. Any cases that occurred after that date would have to go by these regulations. FAQ in detail...

     


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  • Type: Audio and Video
    Post date: Jan 27th 2020
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  • Type: News
    Post date: Jan 24th 2020
    Body:

    Published by : The Times Of India - Date: January 23, 2020  

    Quotes and Excerpts from Rajiv on the article:

    Arlington based, Rajiv S. Khanna, Managing Attorney at Immigration.com views that the policy memo threatens not just a few H-1B cases but the very existence of several IT service and consulting companies, because of the atmosphere of high uncertainty of approval of H1B applications. 

    “The February 2018 memo appears to be based more on perception than reality. USCIS is under the impression that all H-1B applications when they involve third-site placements are unreliable. The degree of evidence required has been illegally elevated to a standard that is not provided for in the regulations,” states Khanna. 

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  • Type: FAQ
    Post date: Jan 23rd 2020
    Body:

    Watch the Video on this FAQ:

    Must we maintain H-1 or L-1 status while I-485 is pending?

    Video Transcript:

    Yes, you SHOULD maintain H-1 or L-1 status while I-485 is pending, because these days, especially the government can create odd problems with your I-485. FAQ in detail...

     


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  • Type: Home-Tab
    Post date: Jan 22nd 2020
    Body:

    We strongly encourage you to start the registration process of cases subject to the H-1B quota ASAP to ensure that these registrations are ready to submit between March 1, 2020 and March 20, 2020.

    The New USCIS H-1B Process
    USCIS has changed the 2021 H1 quota filing procedures, requiring electronic registration after which they will run the lottery.  The anticipated process will now have the following steps:
    1. From March 1 through March 20, we will need to electronically register and pay the associated $10 H-1B registration fee for each H-1B worker.
    2. USCIS will then run the H-1B “lottery” on the registered H-1B workers.
    3. We will be informed of the H-1B workers selected in the lottery.
    4. We will have 90 days to file the selected H-1B cases.

    If you have any questions regarding this, please
    contact us.