·H-1B, H-1C, H-2B, H-3, J-1, L-1A, L-1B, O-1, P-1, P-3, R-1 and TN are employment based.
·K-1, K-2, K-3, V-1, V-2, V-3 are marriage/family based.
H-1 Nonimmigrant Visa (DO NOT MISS 2014-2015 H1B QUOTA)
H-1B is a temporary nonimmigrant work visa for professionals with a minimum of a U.S. baccalaureate or higher degree, or a foreign degree which is equivalent to a U.S. Bachelor’s degree in the field of specialty occupation or experience in the specialty equivalent to the completion of such degree. A candidate for an H-1B filing must have a bona fide employer and job offer in a particular special occupation for example, Architect, Business Managers ,Chiropractor, Electronics Engineer, Physicians, Programmer, Software Engineer and Consultants, and other professions.
Our law firm has filed and obtained approval of hundreds of H-1B for various professionals. We provide our clients with efficient and affordable services. Usually in the case of an H-1B or H-1B transfers, the time is of essence to both the employer as well as the candidate.We understand our client’s needs and concerns and we work closely with them in order to meet their objectives. Attorney Goyal gives his personal attention to each client and is readily available to address any issues they may have before or after filing of their petition.Our firm has built its reputation as one of the leading immigration law firms in Chicagoland because of our dedication to the client’s and high success rate.
We understand the clients concern about the costs involved in filing H-1B/H-4. Also if your employer has not filed H1B before or does not know about the Visa we will be happy to explain what does H1b means and what does it require. Without compromising the quality of service, our fees are very reasonable and affordable.
·Special discounts for Students
·Volume discounts for Employer doing 2 or more H1B
·Discounts for extension or transfers of H-1
·Discounts for repeat clients
FOR TRANSFER OF H-1B 2019-20 SPECIAL RATES FOR H-1B TO H-1B or QUOTA EXEMPT H-1B FROM $890.00 PLUS COSTS This year there is no prior registartion is required. However, next year as proposed by Immigration Services the employer must register with Immigration to file H1-B cases subject to CAP.
NEW IMMIGRATION RULES ABOUT (DREAMERS) CHILDREN ANNOUNCED ON JUNE 15, 2012
One has to be very careful and see professional attorney before they file anything with USCIS as it can lead to removal if they do not qualify as to the requirements. one must consider thier options and what happens after two years of deferred inspection and work permit, if they qualify for such deferred inspection.
Must have entered US before the age of sixteen years and presently should under the age of thirty years and must have no felony charges.
Contact our office to discuss your options under deferred action
FOR H1B FILLING AND TO MAKE BEST EFFORTS TO BE IN TIME FILLING TO BE CONSIDERED FOR H1B QUOTA, YOU OR YOUR EMPLOYER SHOULD CONTACT OUR OFFICES ASAP TO START WORK ON YOUR H1B PETITIOPN /FILE
(Before taking any action or filing any petition with INS, you must contact and discuss your circumstances in detail with a professional immigration attorney. The following questions and answers are in generic format and may not be applicable to the facts of your case)
Q.How do I know if my foreign degree is equivalent to a U.S. Bachelor’s Degree?
A.The foreign degrees need to be evaluated by an accredited U.S. agency to determine the equivalency.
Q.I am in the U.S. on visitor visa, can I change my status to H-1B?
A.You must have an employer to sponsor and offer employment to you in a specialty occupation, and you have a minimum of a U.S. Bachelor’s degree or a foreign degree equivalent to a U.S. Bachelor’s degree in the field of the specialty occupation in which the job is offered, and that you meet other INS requirements.
Q.I am on F-1 practical training status; can this be changed to H-1?
A.You must be in valid F-1 practical training status and depending on your qualifications and the nature of the position offered by the employer, you may be eligible to change your status.
Q.My H-1 is expiring in eight months, how soon can I file for extension?
A.Generally, you can only file for H-1 extensions no earlier than six months before your present H-1 expires.
Q.Is premium processing still available for H-1 extensions?
A. USCIS is accepting or allowing converting to Premium Processing of the cases filed ealier (April 2018) ; However, USCIS may allow or stop accepting Premium Processing for new H1B cases subject to H1-B CAP
Q.Can I file an H-1B if I am not in legal status in the U.S.?
A.It depends on the length of time you have been out of status. There are many factors to consider to determine whether or not you are eligible to file H-1B. You must consult a professional attorney to find out based upon the facts of your case.