H1B Visa

There are a number of issues and filing errors we see repeated time and time again which can interfere with getting an H-1B approval.

Choosing an incorrect I-129 start date

Sometimes, during the filing process, applicants will choose the incorrect start date on the I-129. Check with your attorney to ensure that all dates, wages, and important details are accurate to avoid having your petition denied.

Incomplete Job Description

To ensure that your job description meets all the necessary criteria, it’s best to have it thoroughly reviewed by a qualified H-1B visa lawyer. Check for H1B Visa Process in UT Evaluators.

Untimely Filing

Submitting your petition after the date that was issued to you by the USCIS can result in a delay in processing. To make sure that you do not create this delay, file your petition with plenty of time to spare.

It is important to note that the USCIS service center only considers a submission as timely if it reaches the center before the expected date. Because your petition will first reach a P.O. box, be sure to submit it well before the last day to guarantee that the service center will have time to collect it.

Labor Condition Application Delays

We’ve seen cases where the iCert visa portal system doesn’t always recognize the employer/company’s Federal Employer Identification Number or FEIN. This occurs because a pre-verification has not been completed prior to the LCA being submitted.

Unacceptable Delivery Method

Adjudicating service centers are very particular about the way that petitions are submitted. Delivering your petition by hand or through some other unconventional method can result in not having your petition processed.

To ensure that you are using an approved delivery method, send your petition via the United States Postal Service, Federal Express (FedEx), United Parcel Service (UPS), or some other bonded delivery service. Consult with your immigration attorney to learn which services are considered bonded. To know more info on H1B Visa visit Industrynewswire

Choosing the Wrong Service Center

The last issue that often comes up is filing with the wrong service center. Petitions which do not include the necessary fee will be denied and those sent to the incorrect service center will also not be processed correctly. Be sure to write a separate check for each one of the filing fees and sign all checks prior to sending.

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