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Webinar: Opening of the H-1B Visa Cap – Are You Ready?

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Date:
Time: 1:00 pm
 to 
2:00 pm

[button link=”https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8796204447593022466″ color=”orange” size=”large” type=”default” shape=”default” target=”_self” animation_type=”none” alignment=”left”]Register Now[/button]The new H-1B visa cap will open on April 1, 2017. Our webinar will provide an overview of how the H-1B cap and lottery work and our predictions for reaching the FY2018 cap.

The panel will review the H-1B application process from the employer’s perspective and will provide corporate strategies and timelines for filing before the cap is hit. We will discuss:
– how to document third-party worksites and clients, including preparing for site-visits and scrutiny?
– what kind of documentation is required for in-house projects?
– how to evaluate H-1B cap candidates and their educational and experience credentials?
– which job positions are considered specialty occupation?
– how to minimize (or eliminate) chances of RFEs/NOID?
– how to address OPT/CPT F-1 student concerns – cap-gap, travel and more?
– how to avoid common mistakes?
– and many more.

Registration is FREE but space is LIMITED but please sign up early.

By | 2017-01-25T22:58:04+00:00 December 1st, 2016|

About the Author:

Dimo R. Michailov, Esq.
As one of the senior attorneys and the founding member of the Capitol Immigration Law Group, Mr. Michailov is at the forefront of the immigration law community. He represents individuals from more than 50 countries in their quest for U.S. immigration options and solutions. He also represents companies and organizations ranging from small entrepreneurs to multinational corporations in meeting their goals to recruit, hire and retain talented foreign nationals while maintaining full compliance with the relevant immigration rules and procedures.