H visas include a broad category of visas that covers employment and training in the United States. Included within this category are specialty occupations (H-1B), temporary or seasonal agricultural employment (H-2A), temporary non-agricultural employment (H-2B), and some forms of training (H-3). Each of these petitions must be filed by an employer on behalf of an employee with specific qualifications and must be accompanied by evidence demonstrating the nature of the employment and the employee’s eligibility for such employment. The availability of each of these classifications is subject to quotas within a specific fiscal year, necessitating careful planning to meet the employer’s intended hiring objectives. Employers in many industries benefit from these classifications, including agriculture, hospitality, financial services, law, medicine and healthcare, accounting and business, among others.
H-1B Visas are issued to specialty workers and allow U.S. companies to recruit and hire individuals from overseas. These visas are obtained on a worker’s behalf (the beneficiary) for the purposes of employment, and an individual may not apply for an H-1B visa. H-1B visas are often used by U.S. companies to hire computer programmers, engineers, or scientists, as well as people in other professions.
There are several requirements involved with obtaining an H-1B Visa, including the following:
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