In this week’s Immigration Law for Tech Startups podcast, I’ll discuss everything you need to know to start getting ready for the upcoming H-1B lottery in March 2022, which is just around the corner. Whether you are running your company’s immigration program, or an employee seeking an H-1B, or you’re in another country looking to get your first H-1B to move to the U.S., now is the time to start preparing.
The lottery has shifted and it is now a year-round process. If you need an immigration attorney and you’re thinking about engaging with my practice, we would be delighted to support you. We are already underway with many H-1Bs for next year’s lottery. We would love to support all of our current clients and anybody new before the rush comes in Q1.
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In this episode, you’ll hear about:
- The H-1B visa lottery: what it is and why there is a lottery?
- How the lottery process works
- The odds of getting selected
- New updates since COVID
- Government litigation settlements and immigration bills affecting the H-1B process
- Latest updates in the Biden Administration
- Planning tips to help you get ready
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