Apply for the 2014 H1B work visa for the United States – Open soon!
Approximately 65,000 H1B work visa applications will be accepted this year, and the acceptance date for these applications is coming up on us very quickly – April 1st, 2013. The government of the United States actually expects that this cap will be reached in only a few days. If you are thinking of applying for an H1B work visa this year, it’s important that you act as soon as possible to get your application ready.
The earliest start work date for this application cycle is October 1, 2013. That means that if your application is successful, you could be working in the United States in only a few months!
To apply for this United States work visa, you need to have a job offer already with a United States employer. One of the specific requirements of the H1B work visa is that the applicant’s job offer must require that a high level of education is needed for the job, usually a bachelor’s degree or higher. In addition, the applicant needs to have the experience and qualifications that are necessary for the job.
Are you eligible for the H1B work visa for 2014?
Are you eligible to apply for the 2014 H1B work visa for the United States? Contact us as soon as possible to determine if you are or not. The deadline is fast approaching and you will need to ensure that everything is in order before you apply.
If you are not qualified for this visa, there are many other types of United States work visas that are available to you that you may be eligible for. If you want to work in the United States, whether on the H1B work visa for 2014 or on any other kind of United States work permit, please contact our immigration law firm.
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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