Our accomplishments

Since 1994, we have obtained thousands of H1B and Green Cards for international professionals throughout the world working for a US business or company.

What is an H1B Visa?

The H1B visa program is the primary method for US employers to recruit and hire international professionals with a Bachelor’s Degree to work with them. The H1B visa enables US employers to hire foreign professionals in specialty occupations to work in the US for up to 3 years (that can be renewed for another 3 years) without having to demonstrate that no American is willing or able to fill the position.

What makes the H1B so desirable for employers and applicants is that, unlike many other nonimmigrant visa categories, it is a “dual intent” visa (either temporary or permanent resident intent). This means that the H1B holder can apply for a Permanent Residency/Green Card while working under his/her H1B visa. Furthermore, the applicant will be able to extend his/her H1B status while waiting for the Green Card.

The H1B visa / status classification requires that the international professional holds the equivalent of a US Bachelor’s degree in a field related to that occupation. An international professional can hold the equivalent of a US Bachelor’s degree in a related field through education in North America or abroad, or through a combination of education and experience. Foreign degrees must be evaluated by a US professional evaluation service certified or recognized by the USCIS before the H1B petition can be filed with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The sponsoring companies need to pay the international professional the prevailing wage as determined by the National Prevailing Wage Center (PWC). The proposed job must normally require a Bachelor’s degree as a minimum condition for entry into that occupation.

The H1B Cap – quota of H1B visas issued each year

The number of H1B visas issued each year is subject to a cap that is determined by US Congress. The current H1B cap is set at 65,000 plus an additional 20,000 for Graduates with a Masters degree or Doctorate from an American University.

Our services

  1. Immediate and unlimited free consultation;
  2. Evaluate the job offer and explain the particular immigration rules and requirements;
  3. Help and assist with the prevailing wage determination;
  4. Evaluate your credentials and work experience;
  5. Evaluate your references;
  6. Have foreign diplomas accredited if applicable;
  7. Provide the applicant with information and assistance to meet licensure requirements for different American professional corporations;
  8. Prepare and present all the required evidences;
  9. Ensure that all documents are properly translated;
  10. Coordinate every aspect of the application with the employer.
  11. Submit the application to the US Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) for approval

For US permanent residency (Green Card):

  1. Help and assist with the Labor Certification Application procedure through the US Department of Labor;
  2. Help and assist with posting requirements;
  3. Petition the USCIS to hire a nonimmigrant worker once the Labor Certification Application is accepted.
  4. Petition for extension of the H1B until the receipt of the Green Card.
  5. Coordinate every aspect of the application with the employer. 

Types of Jobs and Professions that qualify for the H1B Visa Program

Below is a list of all the ‘Specialty Jobs / Occupations’ that qualify for the H1B visa program:

In Architecture, Engineering and Surveying

Architectural,
Aeronautical Engineering,
Electrical/ Electronics Engineering,
Civil Engineering,
Ceramic Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering,
Chemical Engineering,
Mining And Petroleum Engineering
Metallurgy And Metallurgical Engineering,
Industrial Engineering,
Agricultural Engineering,
Marine Engineering,
Nuclear Engineering,
Drafters,
Surveying/ Cartographic,

In Mathematics and Physical Sciences

Mathematics,
Astronomy,
Chemistry,
Physics,
Geology,
Meteorology,

In Computer Science & IT, and Telecom Occupations

Systems Analysis and Programming,
Data Communications and Networks,
Computer System User Support,
Computer System Technical Support,

In Life Sciences

Agricultural Sciences,
Biological Sciences,
Psychology,

In Medicine and Health

Physicians And Surgeons,
Osteopaths,
Dentists,
Veterinarians,
Pharmacists,
Registered Nurses,
Therapists,
Dieticians,
Medical and Dental Technology,

 In Education & Research

College and University Education,
Secondary School Education,
Preschool, Primary School, and Kindergarten Education,
Education of Persons with Disabilities,
Home Economists and Farm Advisers,
Vocational Education,

In Writing and Languages

Writers,
Editors: Publication, Broadcast, and Script,

In Finance and Administrative Specializations

Accountants, Auditors, and Related,
Budget and Management Systems Analysis,
Purchasing Management,
Sales and Distribution Management,
Advertising Management,
Public Relations Management,
Personnel Administration,
Inspectors and Investigators, Managerial and Public Service,

 

In Business Management & Administration

Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing Industry Managers and Officials,
Mining Industry Managers and Officials,
Construction Industry Managers and Officials,
Manufacturing Industry Managers and Officials,
Transportation, Communication, and Utilities Industry Managers and Officials,
Wholesale and Retail Trade Managers and Officials,
Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate Managers and Officials
Service Industry Managers and Officials,
Public Administration Managers and Officials,
Miscellaneous Managers and Officials

OTHER Specialty Occupations as listed below

Economics,
Political Science,
History,
Sociology,
Anthropology,
Librarians,
Archivists,
Museum Curators and Related Occupations,
Lawyers,
Clergy,
Commercial Artists: Designers and Illustrators, Graphic Arts,
Environmental, Product, and Related Designers,
Social and Welfare Work,
Miscellaneous Professional, Technical, Managerial and Sales Promotion,
Fashion Models

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