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A H1B work visa is a United States work permit for specific occupations. You could be eligible for one if you meet the requirements.
In addition to these requirements, you’ll also have to ensure that you have several important pieces of documentation for your application for an H1B work visa, including:
If the H1B work visa for the United States does not seem like something you’d be eligible for, there are many other different types of United States work visas you can choose from. For example, the H2B work visa is available for people whose occupations do not require such a high level of education, while the TN visa is also available to Canadian citizens as well.
The cap for the 2013 H1B visa applications was reached in April 2012, which means that the cap for the 2014 fiscal year may be announced soon or early next year. This means you should start getting your application and any relevant paperwork or supporting documentation (including your job offer) together immediately. The more prepared you are, the more confident you can be in the success of your application.
All the attorneys at Niren & Associates are both knowledgable and experienced to ensure that your application is error and omission free, and make sure that you and your application have the best chance possible of being approved.
All of Niren & Associates’ cases are handled by independent, licensed and award winning Canadian and U.S. lawyers who adhere to the highest standards of client service. If you have immigration questions, we may have the answers you seek.
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