The USCIS advises that H-1B nonimmigrant professional and specialty occupation work visas must be filed on April 1st (cap cases) with requests for an October 1st start date. Remember that there are 65,000 visas for Bachelor Equivalent holders and 20,000 H-1Bs for U.S. Master (and higher) Degree holders. Some H-1Bs are exempt from the cap (such as H-1B Extensions and H-1Bs for Academic Institutions of Higher Learning).
The H-1B work visas are for "professional workers" coming to the U.S. to improve the U.S. economy. The cases that we have seen for this coming fiscal year are for individuals with extraordinary credentials in the fields of the sciences, engineering, research, marketing, business management, academics, technology, finance, etc. This is a continuing tribute to the extent to which immigrants help drive the continuing growth of the U.S. economy.
Nachman Phulwani Zimovcak (NPZ) Law Group - VISASERVE - is a full-service immigration law office capable of providing H-1B and other immigration law services (Canada and U.S.) both nationally and internationally. We have offices in New York, New Jersey and affiliated offices in Mumbai, and other Cities in India. We also have corresponding offices in Ohio, Canada and in the Netherland Antilles to meet with our clients.
The NPZ Law Group is in full-swing preparing H-1B nonimmigrant professional and specialty occupation worker visas for highly-skilled workers to come to the U.S. If you or a member of your prospective H-1B employer may be interested in securing an H-1B work visa for an October 1st start date, please e-mail us at email@example.com or call our offices at 201-670-0006 (x100).