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Changing status to H1B often involves a lengthy and somewhat unpredictable process. Because of the annual cap and uncertainties of lottery ..read more
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From the time of this nation’s birth, immigrants have crossed over to America’s shores in the pursuit of a new life built with hard ..read more
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Answer As a general rule, U.S. immigration law does not apply if the individual is not physically in the United States. So, there normally ..read more
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Answer Ordinarily, an employer is not obligated to provide anyone with a experience letter. If one cannot obtain an experience letter from ..read more
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Answer Unemployment insurance payments (commonly referred to as “unemployment benefits”) are not generally taken into consideration ..read more
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The Office of Foreign Labor Certification (OFLC) at the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has announced that, as of 12:00 EST on October 1, ..read more
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Recent college graduates in F-1 status are sometimes able to bridge the time between the expiration of their optional practical training ( ..read more
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Answer There is no requirement that a person be fired in order to make use of the grace period. So long as the person meets the standard ..read more
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Answer No, your move to a different employer would not normally have any impact on your parent’s B-2 visa. Even if he submitted a letter ..read more
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Answer No, generally speaking, one can only work as a W-2 employee – and only for the H1B petitioning employer(s) – while in H1B ..read more

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