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U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) received more than 200,000 H-1B petitions this cap season. After running both the Regular Cap lottery and the U.S. Master’s Cap lottery, the USCIS has begun issuing receipt notices. If this year is like previous years, this process will continue into June, and it will […]

Surviving the Green Card Interview

30 Mar

The final step of the United States permanent residence (green card) process usually requires an in-person interview at a local U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ (USCIS) office. The purpose of the interview is for the USCIS officer to verify the accuracy and completeness of the information on the application and […]

It’s late-January, and now it’s time to turn our attention to the upcoming H-1B filing season. Each year new H-1B visas are limited by quota to 65,000, plus an additional 20,000 for candidates who hold advanced degrees from U.S. universities. Because the quota will be reached in the first week […]

New Year, Old Immigration Woes

15 Jan

It’s a new year, and so many of us want to embrace new things – a new attitude, a new commitment to organization, a new diet or exercise plan, new immigration reform? Despite our desire to start fresh our elected leaders continue to give us more of the same. As […]