I have graduated with MBA in Dec 2012 an currently on opt untiL Jan 2014. I am employed with a private business that is willing sponsore me for h1b, but we overlooked deadlines and We are just starting (March 20th) preparing application for h1b visa for FY 2014. Do we have any chances to file and submit petition prior to 20000 app cap is met? Also if partition filing is not successful- cap is met, will any associated fees be refunded?
Any input is greatly appreciated!
Your company's immigration attorney will at best guide the petitioning company on whether they can put together
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it wil take time to go through all preliminary procedures. No one knows if it will be a lottery this year or not. USCIS says it likely will be.
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No one knows how many H-1B petitions will be filed this year. The cap may be reached during the first week, and then again, this is only a guess. Go ahead and try. The fees will be refunded if the cap is reached before your petition is received.
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