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USCIS Changes to H-1B Cap: New Year, New Proposals Part 1 - Immigration Nerds
USCIS Changes to H-1B Cap: New Year, New Proposals Part 1
Erickson Immigration Group Attorneys' Justin Parsons, Jeff Quilhot and Hiba Anver hold a webinar on the latest proposal to H-1B Cap.
Namely 1, Requiring petitioners to register electronically. And 2, Reversing the order in which Lottery selections are made in order to increase the amount of master’s degree’s admitted into the country. USCIS argues this proposal will help save money for company’s and petitioners during the process as well as attract higher skilled workers into the U.S. EIG breaks down this proposal and analyzes it’s real-world implications if passed, and how would it affect company’s and applicants this coming lottery season.
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