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H1-B Visa Registration and Processing Times

By March 7, 2024March 22nd, 2024No Comments

BIG NEWS! The H-1B Registration is now open and will remain open until March 22, 2024, and JLF can help you with the process! Contact JLF to begin the H-1B process today if you want to begin working in the U.S. starting October 1, 2024.

Navigating the processing times for H-1B visas can be complex, often presenting longer wait times compared to other visa categories. Predicting the exact duration of the process can prove challenging due to varying factors and situations.

The processing timeline is influenced by several factors, including the applicant’s country of origin. Initial processing is typically conducted by the local US embassy, adding another layer of variability to the timeframe. For accurate information on current processing times, individuals are encouraged to reach out to their nearest US Embassy.

On average, the H-1B application process spans between 3 to 12 months from the initial filing. However, expedited processing options are available for those willing to incur additional costs.

To minimize delays, it is imperative to ensure all required documentation is submitted accurately and promptly. Being responsive to any requests for additional information from Immigration Services can also expedite the process.

Reach out to our experienced attorneys at Jeelani Law Firm so we can file your H-1B application and submit it in the most suitable manner. Act now and connect with JLF to kickstart your H-1B journey today!

Jeelani Law Firm, PLC

JEELANI LAW FIRM, PLC is regarded as one of the top immigration law firms in the industry. We handle all immigration matters including family based adjustment of status/green card cases, citizenship filings, representation of businesses and employees when filing L1A/B Petitions, H1B petitions, and Permanent Labor petitions. Our firm also litigates immigration cases dealing with delayed adjudications as well as appellate matters before the U.S. Federal Courts, U.S. Immigration Courts, USCIS and the BIA. Given the complex nature of immigration law, inexperience can lead to many mistakes which may result in delays, denials, and loss of filing fees and valuable time. Contact our office and we will take care of the rest.