USCIS Completes H1B Initial Electronic Registration Process

by Eliza Grinberg on Apr. 12, 2021

Immigration Immigration  Deportation Immigration  Visa 

Summary: On March 30, 2021, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services announced that it had received enough electronic registrations during the initial H1B registration period to reach the fiscal year 2022 H-1B cap for both regular H-1B petitions and masters cap petitions.

immigration attorney nycOn March 30, 2021, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services announced [link] that it had received enough electronic registrations during the initial H1B registration period to reach the fiscal year 2022 H-1B cap for both regular H-1B petitions and masters cap petitions. The USCIS has notified all petitions who are eligible that they will be able to file cap-subject H1B petitions on behalf of the named beneficiary of each petition.

H1B petitioners may now check their online accounts to see the status of their petitions. Their account will note whether USCIS received the petition and whether it was selected, denied, or invalidated invalidated for reason of failed payment.

Eligible petitioners may file cap subject petitions for the FY 2022 H1B cap beginning on April 1, 2021. Please note, again, that a petitioner may only file an H1B petition on behalf of the named beneficiary of a valid, selected H1B registration.

Petitioners should consult with an experienced immigration attorney in the area of work visas [see category] for case-specific guidance.

Please visit the nyc immigration lawyers website for further information. The Law Offices of Grinberg & Segal, PLLC focuses vast segment of its practice on immigration law. This steadfast dedication has resulted in thousands of immigrants throughout the United States.

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