H-1B VISA USCIS Memos & Other Resources

Other Resources

This document provides a general list of tips when traveling abroad and re-entering the U.S. in H-1B status.
Travel Tips

This document provides a general list of tips when traveling abroad and re-entering the U.S. in H-1B status.

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This document provides an overview of an H-1B employer’s responsibilities
H-1B Employer Responsibilities & Public Access Files

This document provides an overview of an H-1B employer’s responsibilities in relation to:

  • Labor Condition Application (LCA) posting and attestations;
  • Public Access File (PAF) requirements and public inspection obligations;
  • Employer obligations after approval.

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USCIS Memos

USCIS Final Guidance on When to File an Amended or New H-1B Petition After Matter of Simeio Solutions, LLC

“USCIS Final Guidance on When to File an Amended or New H-1B Petition After Matter of Simeio Solutions, LLC” is a policy memorandum which provides guidance on when an H-1B employer must file an amended or new H-1B petition due to material changes in employment.

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Determining Employer-Employee Relationship for Adjudication of H-1B Petitions, Including Third-Party Site Placements
Determining Employer-Employee Relationship for Adjudication of H-1B Petitions, Including Third-Party Site Placements

“Determining Employer-Employee Relationship for Adjudication of H-1B Petitions, Including Third-Party Site Placements” is a memorandum which provides guidance on the requirement that a petitioner establish an employer-employee relationship exists and will continue to exist with the Beneficiary throughout the duration of the requested H-1B validity periods.

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This memorandum provides guidance in three areas regarding how adjudicators should determine periods of admission for an alien
Guidance on Determining Periods of Admission for Aliens Previously in H-4 or L-2 Status, Aliens Applying for Additional Periods of Admission beyond the H-1B Six Year Maximum; and Aliens Who Have Not Yet Exhausted the Six-Year Maximum But Who Have Been Absent from the United States for Over One Year

The “Guidance on Determining Periods of Admission for Aliens Previously in H-4 or L-2 Status, Aliens Applying for Additional Periods of Admission beyond the H-1B Six Year Maximum; and Aliens Who Have Not Yet Exhausted the Six-Year Maximum But Who Have Been Absent from the United States for Over One Year” is a memorandum which provides guidance on determining periods of admissions for the mentioned classifications.

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