Analyst from India Received H-1B Approval
Client: An Online Healthcare Service Provider in Columbus, Ohio
Location: A Suburb of Cleveland, Ohio
Employee’s Nationality: India
Case Type: H-1B Status Application
BACKGROUND: Our client, the employer, retains us to secure a status for its choice development analyst. It was so, because our client wants the analyst beneficiary to work full time to meet its expanding demand.
Date of Application: July 7, 2014
Date of Approval: September 23, 2014
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT prove that the new hire received advanced training for the profession, was a member of a profession that requires application of a specialized body of knowledge and the offered salary satisfied the criteria. Moreover, we helped prove that the position had labor certification.
TWO AND HALF A MONTH LATER, our client’s choice analyst could legally work full time.
CHALLENGE: H-1B status application has become a common topic of sore among Asian immigrants. The maximum cap on applicants from certain countries, which happen to provide many high-skilled talents, has therefore, become an uncontroversial part of immigration reform. It is rare for many to understand that both employers, business owners and immigrants have consensus in ridding of the cap. The lottery, fortunately, worked for our client and us.
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