Apply for the 2014 H1B Work Visa for the United States
The applications for the H1B work visa for the United States are only accepted at certain times, and this year the applications for the 2014 H1B work visa will be accepted starting April 1st, 2013. It is expected that the United States government will receive many of these applications and that their quota of 65,000 will fill up in only a few days.
H1B Work Visa Quota for Only 65,000 Does Not Mean Cap
This is a specialty occupation visa, meaning that the H1B work visa is for applicants who have a high level of education. Usually, the jobs suited for the H1B work visa require that you have at least a bachelor’s degree or a higher level of university education as well as the appropriate background and expertise for the job.
Not all occupations are subject to the H1B work visa cap. This means that even if the 65,000 slots are filled, there is an opportunity for people in specific types of occupations to still obtain an H1B work visa despite the deadline. However, you should still act as soon as possible.
Act now to apply for the 2014 H1B work visa
If you think you are eligible for this United States work visa, please contact our immigration law firm immediately. We can help you make sure that you are eligible and avoid mistakes on your application that could result in your application being denied or delayed.
Contact us at the telephone number above for assistance with your H1B visa application! It’s vital that you call as soon as possible to ensure that you meet the deadlines for this visa. We have helped many people, including Canadian citizens, work in the United States on various United States work visas including the H1B work visa.
About Michael Niren
Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more
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