Multiple H1B Applications Would Attract Rejection: Warns USCIS
The US Immigration Department has warned that if one person receives more than one H-1B visa application, one can refuse all. The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) said that such applications will be considered thoroughly. The regulator has ordered a tightening of the H-1B petitions from April 2.
The latest decision has been taken in the wake of more than one application being filed on behalf of the H-1B visa issuance lottery. “Any business requirement is to dismiss or cancel all the H-1B petitions filed by the relevant beneficiary (relative entities) for the same beneficiary,” they said. According to one report from the Immigrant Prospectorate, the risk of dropping the attractiveness of the US to skilled Overseas Employees is a risk factor for H-1B visa users’ H4 visa process.
In 2015, the Obama administration allowed the spouses to live in the United States to work on the H-1B visa and expecting permanent residence. The Trump surgeon is trying to cancel the policy. Having the opportunity to work with H-4 visas, the report says that it will continue to be an attractive American destination for skilled foreign employees, and the US will contribute to other countries to attract talent.
The latest research by Pew says that there are more H-1B visas are living in the eastern coastal and Texas metro areas than the Silicon Valley in the United States. According to the company, 8,59,600 visas were issued between 2010-2016, while 2,47,900 were working in New York Metro. The ‘Pew’ report states that a large number of H1-B visa operators work in the Texas metro area.
The Silicon Valley center, Sanzos, has reportedly worked on 22,200 H-1B in the period 2010-16. In Texas and Washington Metro areas 74 thousand, 64,800 people in Boston. 38,300 H-1B visas live in Boston. Based on the details of US Citizenship and Immigration, these issues were revealed.