Published on : December 2, 2020
The Fiscal Year 2022 H-1B cap season is approaching. It will be the second year for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to use an electronic registration system to hire skilled talents for job openings in the U.S.
The organizations have to keep few things in mind before starting the hiring process for the upcoming Fiscal Year 2022 H-1B.
Here are those five essential points:
In 2019, USCIS declared that it would change to a new electronic registration system for the Fiscal Year of 2021
Note: Dates for the registration period and USCIS notification for employers and petitioners may change in 2021. Keep an update with the immigration attorney and the USCIS website.
The regular cap registrations are selected first by USCIS, and then it will choose the registrations for the master's cap.
USCIS has increased its premium processing fees. It has grown from $1,440 to $2,500 for all categories, including H-1B.
According to USCIS, around 34.8% of H-1B petitions obtained a request for evidence (RFE).
In Oct. 2020, the government has launched two crucial rules and regulations for H-1B.
In short, these are the latest things that an employer should know about the upcoming H-1B cap season for Fiscal Year 2022
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