Apply for the 2014 H1B work visa for the United States – Hurry!
Have you gotten your application ready for the 2014 H1B work visa application acceptance start date? You need to hurry, because the applications will be accepted starting April 1, 2013. These applications are subject to a cap, meaning that only 65,000 of these visas will be issued. However, there is the possibility that you could qualify for an H1B work visa outside of the cap.
Regardless, if you think you are eligible for the 2014 H1B work visa and you want to work in the United States this year, contact our immigration law firm immediately. We can help you!
Applying for the H1B work visa for 2014 in the United States
The H1B work visa applications being accepted starting April 1st are for specialty occupations, which are occupations where your employer will require a high level of education or expertise. In most cases you will require a bachelor’s degree or higher to work in the job you have been offered, and this must be the case across the board. This means that everyone, not just your employer, requires this high level of education for the job.
H1B work visa applications are not easy, and this is compounded by the fact that you need to apply at a certain date and using a certain method, as well as the fact that this highly competitive visa stream is capped at 65,000 applications.
We have helped many foreign nationals and Canadian citizens obtain United States work visas, including the H1B work visa. We can help you, too! Please contact us using the telephone number above for assistance as soon as possible.
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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