Forbes: Immigration Service Likely To Change H-1B Visa Lottery
May 1, 2023
According to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, H-1B registrations set a record for FY 2024 due to multiple entries for the same individuals, which Forbes says will likely cause the agency to change the H-1B lottery process.
Partner Kevin Miner weighs in on the topic, sharing potential adjustments to the lottery process that can help reduce multiple entries for the same individual. Read the article, "Immigration Service Likely To Change H-1B Visa Lottery," for more.
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