H-1B Visa2023-02-03T19:31:05+00:00

H-1B Visa

The H-1B Visa allows U.S. businesses to hire foreign professionals on a temporary basis. They are hired by U.S. employers to work in “specialty occupations.”  The current Cap is set at 65,000 (reduced by 6800 visas for Chile and Singapore Citizens). An additional 20,000 visas has been set-aside for individuals with a Master’s, or higher degree earned from a U.S. institution.

Our approach to processing H-1B Visas

Our Firm takes H-1B processing with the seriousness of purpose that it deserves. We understand that proper filing and acceptance is immediately relevant to success or failure for the business and the individual. Therefore, we take every precaution to review and file a complete petition that would be “approvable as filed”. The job of reducing the chance of receiving an RFE is undertaken with zealous care and has, over the years, paid rich dividends. Clients are treated with patience and care. We never let the pressure of the process get in the way of making sure your petitions are processed meticulously and in an individualized manner.

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Is it possible for me to sponsor myself on an H-1B?2018-03-02T00:29:20+00:00

There is no way to sponsor yourself on an H-1B. It must and can only be through a U.S. Employer.

What are the requirements of a properly filed H-1B petition?2018-03-01T23:45:10+00:00
How can I opt for part time job if I am currently on H1B and getting paid on W-2. What are my options?2018-03-02T00:03:26+00:00

The regulations allow an individual in H-1B to work two or more jobs by filing an H-1B petition for “concurrent employment”. We could assist you with this process if the job rises to the level of a specialty occupation and your employer is willing to file a concurrent H-1B petition on your behalf.

Could this I-94 expiration date be an error?2018-03-02T00:03:38+00:00

Q: My wife just joined a new company and received new I94 which has expiration date of March 2015. However she is approaching her maxout time period of 6 years and maxout date falls in Oct 2014. Based on new I 94, does this mean her maxout date is March 2015 and not Oct 2014? or could USCIS provided an incorrect I94 expiry date?

A: The March expiration date is an USCIS error. You should not assume your wife has until the expiration, but rely on the earlier max out date to make plans.

When filing an H1-B extension, what kind of documentation is needed for showing the job offer on hand?2018-03-02T00:03:51+00:00

The key is to document the existence of an “Employer-Employee Relationship” and the ability of your employer to control your employment at the client site.

This may be documented through a letter(s) from the End Client, or a chain of contracts from the employer to the end client.

I-94 Transfer Question2018-03-02T00:04:02+00:00

I came in United States in February 2013 with Employer A (H1 B valid till Sept 2015) and joined Employer B in November 2013(Got new H1 B visa valid till September 2016). In December 2013 went to India for vacation and did not get my visa stamped with new employer(B)… because my old stamp was good till September 2015.. so I traveled on Old visa.. at port of entry the officer gave me I-94 with validity of old visa (which is Employer A valid till September 2015). Now I got another job and I want to transfer my visa.

1. Is there any problem in doing that..?
A. >>There is no problem moving to a new employer in the situation described below.

2. Which I -94 should I give for my transfer (the one I got from new employer transfer or the one get while I enter in US after my vacation?
A. >>You should submit the I-94 that your obtained upon reentry. However, the earlier approval (Company B) along with I-94, should be included in the petition package.

I got my H1B approved this April and I am travelling to India in this October , so should I submit the I-94 in the Indian embassy while going there for stamping or should I submit it at the USA airport at check-in before traveling to India?2018-03-02T00:04:40+00:00

The I-94 is known as the arrival-departure record and will be taken from you at the POE (Airport).

My company had given me a pdf scanned copy of my W2. Can I take that printout to the US embassy when I go for my H1b stamping or is a official copy of W2 required?2018-03-02T00:04:54+00:00

A photocopy should be sufficient.

Do two H1B applications from two different employers increase the lottery chances for me?2018-03-02T00:05:09+00:00

Two distinct employers would be treated as having filed two distinct petitions. The two should be completely unrelated and not rely on the same end client documentation/contract(s).

Will there be an issue for Green card processing with a new company when I’m not in good terms with my previous employer specifically with regard to experience letter?2018-03-02T00:05:22+00:00

Unless there is a specific instance of fraud, the USCIS does not randomly call employers to verify the contents of an experience letter.

Where can I find FAQs on employment authorization for certain H-4 dependent spouses?2018-03-02T00:05:39+00:00
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H-1B Approval for Branding/Market Research Analyst

Dear Mr. Kidambi,
Thank you so much for the good news. I’m excited that the petition got approved. I feel very fortunate that you advised me to pursue this particular H-1B option, and that you helped me obtain the visa approval. You’ve done a great job, and I couldn’t be happier with the outcome.
— Grat. P., USA, E-mail

Corporate Client

Thank you very much for your continued support to our organization. Our employee got stamped in Chennai in addition to others who went to consulate recently. All of us appreciate your hard work and patience in handling the RFEs we had in these cases. Excellent job done by your team Vaman and we all thank you and Yasmin’s personal attention in all our cases.
– Shyam, Phoenix, AZ

Premium Processing Case

Thank you very much for great effort from everyone. All our staff in the US, Japan, and India are extremely grateful for your wonderful service!

— Bala, M., USA, E-mail

H-1B Visa (Graphic Design Analyst)

Oh wow! For real? Can’t believe it. I am so happy. Thanks Vaman.  Time to celebrate! Have a super weekend. I know I will.
– Manisha J, Springfield, MA

H-1B Premium Processing

Good morning.    I got the information today that my I-129 petition is approved.   I am even more impressed by the efficiency and professionalism shown during the entire process.    My wife and I want to thank you for helping us in the extension.    Your honesty and knowledge gave us confidence and peace of mind during the whole process, which can be very confusing sometimes. You made it easy and surprisingly fast.
Thank you very much for your support and guidance.

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H1-B running out of time

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H-1B Approval

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