With the coming of the New Year also comes the beginning of a new H-1B filing season. The H‑1B visa program is the primary method United States companies use to hire foreign nationals in IT, engineering, and business professions. H-1B visas are subject to a strict quota which does not meet the current demand. The filing period for those limited number of H-1B visas begins on April 1.
Being ready for the April 1 H-1B filing deadline can be logistically tricky for many employers and HR departments. Below is some guidance regarding the H-1B program and tips for making sure the H-1B filing process goes smoothly for employers and their new hires.About the H-1B program
The H-1B program allows United States employers to hire foreign nationals to work in specialty occupations. A specialty occupation requires theoretical and practical application of a body of highly specialized knowledge.… Continue Reading