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  • How to Make an Expedite Request with the USCIS

    How to Make an Expedite Request with the USCIS

    In General


    You may ask USCIS to expedite the adjudication of a benefit request (such as an application or petition) for an immigration benefit.

    USCIS:
    • Considers all expedite requests on a case-by-case basis;
    • May require additional documentation to support a request; and
    • Has the sole discretion to decide whether to accommodate a request.

    Because granting an expedite request means that USCIS would adjudicate the requestor's benefit ahead of others who filed...
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  • USCIS Updates Guidance on Expedite Requests

    USCIS Updates Guidance on Expedite Requests

    Release Date
    01/25/2022

    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has updated the USCIS Policy Manual to reflect new guidance on how we determine whether a case warrants expedited treatment. The new guidance is effective immediately.

    This update:
    • Clarifies the criteria and circumstances under which we generally consider expedite requests from nonprofit organizations as determined by the Internal Revenue Service;
    • Provides additional examples of when we may consider
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  • FY 2023 H-1B Cap Initial Registration Period Opens on March 1

    FY 2023 H-1B Cap Initial Registration Period Opens on March 1

    Release Date
    01/28/2022
    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services today announced that the initial registration period for the fiscal year 2023 H-1B cap will open at noon Eastern on March 1 and run through noon Eastern on March 18, 2022. During this period, prospective petitioners and representatives will be able to complete and submit their registrations using our online H-1B registration system.

    USCIS will assign a confirmation number to each registration submitted for...
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  • H1B Visa Status on CEAC is Refused | 221g Administrative Processing | US Consulates |

    H1B Visa Status on CEAC is Refused | 221g Administrative Processing | US Consulates |

    If your CEAC changed from "Admin Processing" to "Refused", please do not worry and it does not mean that your visa is denied. I am writing this article to clarify the status on CEAC website. Many users are in a state of shock and panicky with such changes on the Status.

    March at Mumbai Consulate. The VO said to me "Congratulations your visa is approved". - H1B Visas, H1B Transfers, Greencards

    The following is the update applicants have been...
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  • I-140 Withdrawals, H1B Extensions, H4-EAD and Retention of Priority Dates FAQs

    I-140 Withdrawals, H1B Extensions, H4-EAD and Retention of Priority Dates FAQs

    The I-140 withdrawals by Employers have raised many concerns in the H1B Visa Community. Let's take a look at the regulations and a few scenarios. Before January 17, 2017, I-140 approval withdrawn by the Employer is obsolete and you can not use it for an H1B Extension, I-140 porting and applying for an H-4 EAD under the AC21 regulations. Unless the visa numbers were available and an I-485 was filed and employed for 180 days after such I-485 filing.

    The new rule comes as a boon that came...
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  • H1B Visa Updates | Attorney Immigration Talk Show | Law Offices of Sheela Murthy

    H1B Visa Updates | Attorney Immigration Talk Show | Law Offices of Sheela Murthy

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  • H1B Cap Exempt | Reusing H1B Visa held in the Past | H1B Cap Exempt FAQs

    H1B Cap Exempt | Reusing H1B Visa held in the Past | H1B Cap Exempt FAQs

    If you have traveled or not traveled to the USA and If you were previously counted under H1B Annual Cap and you have and not utilized the entire 6 years of H1B stay, you can file a cap-exempt H1B petition at any time to recapture the remaining time on H1B.

    What is cap-exempt H1B?

    If you were “GRANTED” an H1B in the last 6 years, you may file a new H1B under cap-exemption. In other words, you are not subject to the annual cap, a new or the same Employer can file an H1B
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