H-1B visa - No deadline announced by USCIS

The US citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has started accepting the H1B Visa applications for the next fiscal year.
A total of 65,000 applications are offered, excluding 20,000 H1B visas for applicants of US masters’ or higher degree.
The H1B Visa is the official and primary USA work visa accessible to people from all over the world. The H1B visa offered to greatly skilled International Professionals and International Students from the entire world for giving the possibility to live and work in the United States, and it is the most sought after and hunted US work visa. The most important benefit of the H1B Visa is that it is ‘dual intent’ visa which helps to apply for a Green Card.
USCIS has not insisted on any deadline for accepting H1B applications in 2010. A release from USCIS remarked: “Cases will be considered accepted on the date that it takes possession of a properly filed petition with the correct fee; not the date that the petition is postmarked.”


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