FY 2021 H-1B Season: Electronic Registration and What You Need to Know - Recording (.MP3)
Last year DHS published a final rule that introduced a new electronic registration system. USCIS recently announced that it will implement the new system in the FY 2021 H-1B lottery. However, immigration attorneys are still incredibly anxious about the new system and whether sufficient user testing has been completed to ensure smooth processing. In order to equip practitioners with best practices and filing strategies, our speakers will identify pre– and post-filing tips to help successfully navigate this increasingly complex H-1B process.
- New Registration Basics: Initial Registration Period, $10 Registration Fee, and Timing Considerations
- Pre-Registration Preparation Strategies, Including Planning for Possible Registration Suspension
- Specialty Occupation and More Challenging Standard Occupation Code (SOC) Titles
- Filing Tips and Pitfalls to Avoid
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