FY2016 H-1B SEASON IS COMING
For first-time H-1B's April 1, 2015 is the earliest you can file for a job to start no earlier than October 1, 2015. (This is the "fiscal year 2016" H-1B cap). But if you have been counted against the H-1B cap at least once in the past six years, you can still file an extension of your current status (with some exceptions) or a transfer to a new employer at any time.
New filers must contact us no later than 1 Feb 2015 to begin preparation for your filing which must be complete by the end of March, 2014.
If you are an H-1B candidate, use the form on the right and provide the following information:
Or call or text (703) 964-0245 to schedule your consultation. The fee is $120.
We deal almost exclusively with small employers, many of whom have little experience filing H-1B's and who may be unsure of their obligations. We work with both the employer and the employee to build a customized case.
Too many foreign nationals rely on the larger Internet community for H-1B advice. This is potentially dangerous: not all Net advice is accurate, and much of it is outdated given how quickly H-1B laws change.
We stay on top of the law for you. Contact us for other issues regarding H-1B's, including extensions, transfers (under AC21), cap-exempt H-1B's, ability to pay issues, concurrent or part-time H-1B's, recaptured time, H-4 issues, and changes of status to and from H-1B.
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