this year ( 2013 ) i am going to file my 1 B , what to know if i go for Premium processing will it lead to FIR on company . Or any other issues .
If you have a case that has little risk of being denied, then you should have no additional trouble using Premium Processing.
I personally would never submit a case that had substantive questions of fact to a Premium Processing Unit. For example, I would never submit an H-1B visa for an RN who works in an acute care area to a Premium Processing Unit. Even though I strongly believe these cases are legitimately "specialty occupations" which require a bachelors degree, many USCIS evaluators, especially those in Premium Processing Units, think differently. We have seen far more denied by PP units than by regular Service Center officers. On the other hand, if you were a Physical Therapist who clearly had to have at least a masters degree to get licensed, then I'd have no problem sending that case to a PP unit.
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