AILA and H-1B workers
The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) Service Center Operations (SCOPS) liaison committee expressed concern to USCIS that the significant delays in adjudicating cap-subject H-1B petitions.
Firstly, the AILA is a great resource for Immigration Lawyers and the public for topics such as detention, state laws, and economic benefits of immigration. AILA is also proactive when it comes to Immigration laws in the United States.
The AILA SCOPS liaison committee expressed their concern regarding the significant delays in adjudicating cap-subject H-1B petitions. SCOPS indicated that adjudication of these cases is a top priority and will be completed as soon as possible. AILA Doc. No. 12090443. AILA.org
NEXT YEAR 2013
If you are planning to work in America on H1B visa, it is very important that you start as soon a possible. Applications for 2013 have started to be processed on April 1, 2012. It could get hectic at the eleventh hour. If you are already working in the USA with a company sponsoring your H1B visa, make sure your immigration attorney is behind you with proper planning in place. If you are looking for a H1B sponsors and applying for the H1B visa in 2013 then proper planning will help you. There are alternatives to the H-IB workers visa. Ask Stephen K. Tills Esq., your immigration attorney specialist in the USA.
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