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Employers: Get Ready For H-1B RFEs & NOIDs

For employers who are subject to the H-1B numerical cap, the filing season ended on April 5, both lotteries are over and many receipt notices have been issued. What’s next will be a virtual tsunami of thousands of Requests for Evidence (RFEs), Notices of Intent to Deny (NOIDs) and H-1B Petition Denials.

If we want an immigration system which is based on merit, the H-1B visa program is an outstanding example of what this system should look like. H-1B workers range from IT professionals to cancer researchers, from school teachers to physicians working in medically-underserved areas.

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