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Frequently Asked Questions on the H-1B Cap 04/03/2013

Posted by Morse, Barnes-Brown Pendleton in Client News, Immigration, Legal Developments.
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Immigration Attorney Grant GodfreyBy: Grant Godfrey

MBBP recently sent an Immigration Alert that the FY 2014 H-1B season will open on April 1st, allowing companies to sponsor foreign nationals for new H-1B “specialty worker” visas, and cautioned employers that this year’s H-1B Cap numbers could be reached within weeks, if not days of the cap opening up. The U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Service (“CIS”) recently issued a press release that it anticipates the H-1B Cap could be reached in the first week of April. We have assembled a list of frequently asked questions to help employers, and their employees, understand the implications if the H-1B Cap is reached quickly.

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