Strategies for Oversubscribed Countries - Recording (.MP3)
Beneficiaries from oversubscribed countries, such as China and India, face unique challenges with employment-based immigration. They often undergo years of waiting and multiple status extensions and transfers, which regularly present obstacles of their own. The panelists will address the unique challenges encountered by nationals of oversubscribed countries.
- Alternatives to the H-1B Lottery
- Switching Employers While the Application for Permanent Residence Is Pending
- Changing from EB-3 to EB-2 Category: Is This Always a Good Idea?
- Working on H-1B vs. Working on EAD Only: Pros and Cons
- Spouses of H-1B Holders: Issues Arising with H-4
- Cross-Chargeability: When Does It Apply? How Does One Apply for It?
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