Preparing for H-1B Season FY 2020: Filing Tips and Pitfalls to Avoid - Recording (.MP3)
USCIS has released data indicating that, thus far in fiscal year (FY) 2019, both the increase in lengthy Requests for Evidence (RFEs) and the decline in H-1B approvals continue. In light of the FY 2020 H-1B cap-subject quota season opening on April 1, 2019, our expert panelists will discuss lessons learned in FY 2019 to date, review recent H-1B adjudication trends, recap USCIS memoranda affecting H-1Bs, and identify pre– and post-filing tips to help successfully navigate the increasingly complex H-1B process.
- Is a Level 1 Wage Occupation Approvable for All H-1B Professional Positions?
- Specialty Occupation and Establishing Degree Requirements
- Recent USCIS Memoranda Affecting H-1Bs
- Documenting the Employer-Employee Relationship
- Best Practices and Filing Strategies to Avoid an RFE
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