1. It is the employer, not the employee, who files H-1Bs.
2. It is not known how USCIS will treat a saturday delivery. They could reject it as having been filed too early, or they could accept it. If rejected, the solution would be to file a new one. But, if accepted and you file a new one, neither will be processed.
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It is up to USCIS Chances are it will be returned since this is what they have been telling us publically and privately at every conference
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discretion. USCIS is usually closed on Saturdays. Therefore, if it was unable to be received on Saturday, even if it was physically left on Saturday, then it may be considered delivered on Monday. However, most of us make sure that the parcel is left and delivered on April 1 as a precaution.
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