THE U.S.A H1B
The H1B visa is one of the most competitive and also the most demanded visas. Because there is a yearly visa cap, there is a high demand for this visa from US companies, especially for IT companies. Moreover, because it leads to a Green Card, it is one of the best visas to apply for to work in the United States of America.
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What exactly is an H-1B visa?
The H-1B visa is a nonimmigrant work visa that permits firms in the United States to recruit foreign employees for specialist positions that require a bachelor’s degree or higher.
This can include jobs in IT, finance, engineering, architecture, and other domains.
This guide includes:
Eligibility for H-1B Visa
Learning the H-1B Visa Restrict (CAP)
The H-1B Visa Application System.
What are the results of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)?
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CHECKLIST FOR H1B APPLICATION:
Passport photocopy (clear scan of all the pages of the passport, including the prior ones, renewed or canceled.)
Birth Certificate (issued by the government agency of the country of origin or the consulate located within the United States)
The Spouse’s Passport (clear scan copy of all the pages in the Spouse Passport, including prior ones, renewed or canceled.)
Marriage Certificate (Clear Scan Copy of Marriage Certificate Issued by the Government)
S.S.C (Secondary School Certificate) (Issued by the State Board)
Intermediate (Issued by the Board of Intermediate Education)
Bachelor’s degree (Certificate of Degree or Diploma issued by an Educational Institution or University)
A Certificate of Post-Graduation (a Certificate of Post-Graduation issued by an educational institution or university)
Experience Certificates (Experience Certificates from companies that have traveled so far)
Copy of I-20 (AII the I-20 issued by the United States-For those who did their degree in the USA)
Copy of Prior H1B (if you have any previous H1B Visa)
For those inside the USA, a copy of I-194 (most recent I-194 with travel history)
After the registration time has ended, USCIS will notify you if you have been chosen. Unless you qualify for an exception, you must choose your registration if you intend to apply for an H-1B visa. If you are not chosen, USCIS will notify you or your agent after the H-1B cap for that year has been reached.