The immigration laws are changing fast and more changes are expected this year. For instance, the rules for filing your H1B have changed. What are the changes? How do you file for your H1B under President Trump’s administration?
Kaushik Ranchod has some advice on what you need to know when filing your H1B in 2020. Tune in on this week’s episode to find out all the details including the new rules to file your H1B, when to apply, and what to expect.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- [1:46] Immigration laws are changing fast: What has changed?
- [2:24] The new rule for filing for H1B
- [3:09] The big mistake to avoid when filing H1B
- [4:14] What to do to register your company with the U.S CIS
In this episode…
With the current presidential administration, the U.S immigration laws are changing faster than you can keep up with. If you’re looking to file your H1B the rules have changed. In this episode of Top Talent and Immigration, Kaushik talks about the changes to the immigration law as it affects your H1B application.
How then do you file your H1B? Kaushik breaks down the details including when to apply, how long the process is likely to take, and what to expect. Employers are not left out. Kaushik shares the biggest mistake to avoid when filing H1B for your employees and unpacks what you need to do to stand a better chance for your application to be considered.
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They also help immigrants navigate the complicated immigration process today. Ranchod Law Group has been in business for nearly 20 years in Northern California and serves clients nationwide. Contact Ranchod Law Group today for details on how the firm can help you to solve your immigration challenges. You can visit Ranchod Law Group or call 916-613-3553 or email email@example.com.
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