In today’s blog update, we will talk about H-1B Visas registration for the fiscal year 2023.
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services is proceeding to open the registration for H-1B Visa for the fiscal year 2023. The cap will open at noontime Eastern on March 1 and operate until noon Eastern on March 18, 2022. The interested petitioners and agents will be capable of submitting an online registration via the authorized H-1B registration system. The final decision will be declared on March 31.
The US provides 65,000 new H-1B visas, with another 20,000 reserved for US Masters’ degree holders every year.
Applicants could pay 10 dollars fees to apply for the registration. After the registration procedure is accomplished, each applicant is given a number for the verification procedure. If the system gets its cap and extra applications have been received, a random selection system will be operated to select the successful applicants.
Let’s take a look at the application procedure.
According to USCIS, the Prospective H-1B cap-subject petitioners or their agents for applying are needed to use myUSCIS online account to register per beneficiary electronically for the selection procedure and pay the associated $10 H-1B registration fee for individual registration submitted on behalf of per beneficiary.
The prospective petitioners submitting their registrations, US employers, and US representatives, collectively known as registrants, will use a registrant account. Registrants will be capable of making new accounts starting at noontime Eastern on February 21.
Agents could add customers to their accounts at any moment. Still, agents and registrants must wait until March 1 to enter beneficiary information and submit the registration with the $10 fee.
Prospective petitioners or their agents can submit registrations for multiple beneficiaries in a single online session. Through the account, they will be able to organize, edit, and store draft registrations before the last payment and submission of each registration.
Indians have been among the greatest beneficiaries of this visa program, obtaining about 70% of the latest visas issued per year.
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