Updated: Mar 24
The United States of America have been considered the land of opportunity, where people from different countries come to fulfill their dreams to have a better life. The USCIS H-1B visa program is one such opportunity that allows skilled workers to work and live in the USA (The Economic Times, 2022). This allows US employers to hire foreign workers for specialized occupations requiring technical or theoretical expertise. On March of every fiscal year, the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) opens H-1B registration for 3 weeks or so to give Employers the chance to register the applicants they want to sponsor and petition. The competition can be fierce to obtain USCIS H-1B Status (American Immigration Council, 2022). The anticipation for the H-1B registration process for FY 2023-2024 has just started, and the excitement among the applicants is palpable. From March 1 to March 17, 2023, the USCIS will accept registrations for the fiscal year 2024 quota. This is a golden opportunity for candidates looking to work and live in the USA, and time is of the essence. This work authorization program has been a critical factor in the success of many companies in the USA. This has also been an excellent way for companies to diversify their workforce and bring in fresh ideas and perspectives (Bart Ziegler, 2022). However, the H-1B process can be daunting, especially for those unfamiliar with the program. It requires a lot of paperwork, and the registration period is only for a limited time. Statistics and previous years show tens of thousands of skilled immigrants petition for this highly sought-after work authorization program each year. For FY 2023, USCIS received 483,927 registered applications, of which USCIS will choose only 127,600 (26%) registrants to complete the numerical allocations. (USCIS, 2023). Since so many people file for an employment petition each year, USCIS places an annual limit on the number of H-1B visas issued and conducts a yearly selection process to determine the applicants and petitions which can proceed with this process. As only a small percentage of applicants are chosen yearly, we've outlined the steps on how to prepare for the 2024 H-1B Visa application. Get our best filing tips for USCIS H-1B status, H-1B predictions, common mistakes and notions on registration and process, and more to ensure the highest chance of being selected and obtain approval. As early as the last quarter of every year, we start the preparation of documents for potential H-1 B candidates. By January-February, the applicant and Employer should be prepared and ready for H-1B registration. CSI Professionals is proud to share that in the last year, 90% of our applications were selected in the lottery, with approval rates reaching up to 75%. We attribute this success to our team's expertise and commitment to following the best H-1B filing and approval practices. We are dedicated to ensuring that our clients have the best chance for success at every stage of the process. At CSI Professionals, we take a holistic approach to our clients' employment petition process, starting with hiring and training the best talent and continuing through the filing and eventual green card process. We actively participate in career fairs at top universities and colleges across the country, welcome and screen applicants from around the globe, conduct weekly information seminars on employment and immigration, monitor clients' statuses (whether OPT or other visa categories, which are evident "year-round"), with continuous consults and guidance to our clients on the steps to be taken. Our team of experts is committed to providing service with the most up-to-date and accurate information to increase the chance of success. As a company specializing on employment and immigration, our experience in the field can help you and your Employer prepare and file H-1B petition. We have been in the business for over almost 30 years and have a proven track record of success. The demand for H-1B visas exceeds the supply, making it crucial to have a well-prepared and error-free application. If you think you are qualified and are eyeing to apply for next year’s H-1B or other work authorization program, do not hesitate to contact us. Our experienced staff will be there to assist you. We are here to guide you through the entire process. Email us your resume NOW at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 818-476-0082. In addition to H-1B and other visa options, we also offer a variety of job positions in marketing, accounts, IT, public relations, and administration. You may check them out on our website at CSI Professionals Inc. We also work with some of the best companies in Los Angeles, CA who are eligible to sponsor, and can help you find job opportunities that match your skill set and career goals. Our job search services are customized to your needs, and we will work with you every step of the way to help you obtain meaningful employment and be sponsored all the way to the Green Card process. We also offer training programs focusing on the skills to develop & learn the attitude best suited during these challenging times & ways to beat the odds. We are committed to helping our customers achieve their American Dream and provide the support they need to succeed professionally. So, if you want to work and live in the USA, act now! The H-1B application process for FY 2023-2024 started two weeks ago and we're already in the final week of registration. CSI Professionals has always been proactive in completing the preparation for H-1B petitions. If you are not able to make it this year, other options are available. We have alternative work-based petition categories to allow our eligible applicants to continue in their pursuit of a successful life in the US. Contact Us Now and take the first step towards achieving your American dream.
American Immigration Council (2022). The H-1B Visa Program and Its Impact on the U.S. Economy. Retrieved from https://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/sites/default/files/research/the_h-1b_visa_program_and_its_impact_on_the_us_economy.pdf
Ziegler, B. (2022). Should the U.S. Expand the H-1B Visa Program? Wall Street Journal. Retrieved from https://www.wsj.com/articles/us-expand-h1b-visa-program-11667596983
USCIS (2023). H-1B Electronic Registration Process. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Retrieved fromhttps://www.uscis.gov/working-in-the-united-states/temporary-workers/h-1b-specialty-occupations-and-fashion-models/h-1b-electronic-registration-process