USCIS Update – Premium Processing for Certain Previously Filed EB-1 and EB-2 Form I-140 Petitions
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USCIS Update – Premium Processing for Certain Previously Filed EB-1 and EB-2 Form I-140 Petitions

On May 24, 2022, US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced the implementation of premium processing for certain pending Form I-140 Immigration Petitions for Foreign Workers under EB-1 and EB-2 categories. We explain this announcement and who benefits here. 

US Immigration Update – USCIS Expanding Premium Processing

US Immigration Update – USCIS Expanding Premium Processing

US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced efforts to increase efficiency and reduce case backlogs and processing times. In this effort, USCIS is expanding expand premium processing to additional form types and will improve timely access to employment authorization documents (EAD). Read more about the USCIS expansion of premium processing and improved EAD efforts here.

How do I transfer my H1B Visa to a new employer?
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How do I transfer my H1B Visa to a new employer?

An H-1B Visa is employer-specific. This means you are only authorized to work for the employer who sponsored your H-1B visa. However, this does not prevent you from changing your employer and transferring your H-1B visa. Here’s how to change your employer and transfer your H-1B visa.

H-1B Visa Approved in 8 Days for a Platform Solutions Architect.
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H-1B Visa Approved in 8 Days for a Platform Solutions Architect.

We received the approval of an H-1B Visa transfer for a Platform Solutions Architect by mail through premium processing with USCIS in just 8 days. Find out about the position—and how we got it approved.

How do I expedite my work and travel authorization?
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How do I expedite my work and travel authorization?

US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) can take 6-12 months to approve and issue work and travel authorization documents. In some cases, delays in processing can create significant hardships for organizations, families, and individuals. In qualifying situations, USCIS may expedite the processing of your work and/or travel authorization. Here’s how it works.