For foreign professionals that wish to enter the U.S. to work under an H1B visa, the screening process can be extensive. This is especially true for those who either choose to or must go through consular processing. Because this route involves a one-on-one H1B visa interview with an immigration officer, it’s best to be prepared before you go in. H1B Process Overview For those who are not aware of the process involved with obtaining an H1B visa, For H1B Visa Process Visit UT Evaluators Here is a general outline of the steps: A. You must first find a U.S. employer who will sponsor you to fill a specialty position that requires your bachelor’s degree. B. Then your employer needs to obtain[…]

As the most popular nonimmigrant visa available, the H-1B is highly sought-after due to its relatively simple eligibility requirements. First, let’s talk about what goes into the process so that we can get a better understanding of how long the H-1B processing time is for each step: 1. The first thing you will need to do is find an employer in the U.S. who is willing to sponsor you throughout the H-1B process. This employer will be responsible for giving you a specialty position that requires at least a bachelor’s degree. They will also be responsible for paying all of the mandatory fees associated with petitioning for the visa 2. Now that you have found a sponsor, that employer must[…]