Apply for the 2014 H1B work visa for the United States – Don’t wait!

The United States government has announced that it will begin accepting applications for the H1B work visa on April 1, 2013. These applications are for the fiscal year of 2014, but the earliest start work date for these visa applications would be October 1, 2013. H1B 2014 Visa

If you want to apply for this visa this year, you need to act very quickly. First, you must ensure that you are eligible for this visa. This visa is for specialty occupations, which means that the applicant needs to have a high level of education and special skills that are required for the position. As per the conditions of the visa, the job must require the applicant have a high level of education and skill, and the job must require this high level of education anywhere it is offered, it can’t just be your employer that has these requirements.

About applying for an H1B work visa for 2014

There is a cap on these visas, which for this fiscal year is set at 65,000. While this may sound like a lot, it is not a lot at all. In fact, the United States government has announced that they expect this cap will be filled in as little as just a couple of days. So, make sure that you are eligible for the visa and contact our immigration law firm immediately.

Our immigration law firm has helped countless people obtain work visas for the United States, including the H1B work visa. We know what the immigration officers are looking for with these applications, and we can help you. Please contact us as soon as possible to apply for this visa.

Michael Niren

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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