- H1B is there to allow qualified people to live and work in the US
- Specialty occupation is an occupation that requires a bachelor degree or the equivalent in education and experience
- But it doesn’t mean that just because your job is not within the occupations that are most common to get H1B visas it doesn’t mean that you can’t get it
Introduction: You ask we answer your immigration questions, simple. And now your host immigration lawyer Jacob Sapochnick.
Jacob: Hello everybody, this is Jacob Sapochnick here and welcome to another episode of Ask An Immigration Lawyer.
We’re getting a lot of H1B questions these days and we know its H1B filing season here. April 1st is the deadline to file those visas and if you miss it’s going to be another year of wait so a lot of people are getting ready. Continue reading