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New immigration rules make H-1B visa program friendlier

By Bill at December 08, 2016 22:12
Filed Under: Immigration News
WASHINGTON--USCIS has published a final rule to make H-1B visa program friendlier to the foreign workers and their families. The new regulations which will go into effect on January 17 2017, will also make U.S. employers easier to hire and retain foreigners. 

The USCIS will allow terminated H1B visa holders a grace period of 60 days to either leave or sort out their paperwork for new jobs. 

The rule will also prevent the revocation of I-140 by employers for those employees who have held it for more 180 days but whose services were terminated. So the employees will not lose their turn in the protracted green card process once they change over to new jobs. 

Another significant change is that USCIS will automatically extend the employment authorization and validity of Employment Authorization Documents (EADs or Form I-766s) for certain individuals who apply on time to renew their EADs.This is great news for the H-4 visa holders who come as spouses of H-1B visa workers. 

Please visit our work visa blog or the published final rule for more information. 

The unemployment rate in U.S. is now just 4.6%. The employers are desperately looking for skilled foreign workers. It is time for you to update your career profile and pitch potential employers now!



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Direct Filing Addresses for Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization

By Bill at May 26, 2015 21:49
Filed Under: Visa Knowledge

Note: If you are filing Form I-765 with another form type, such as Form I-539, please file both forms at the location specified by the other form. The below addresses should be used when Form I-765 is not being submitted with another form.

Eligibility Category 8 CFR Category Description Filing Location
274a.12    
(a)(1) Lawful Permanent Resident Separate employment authorization card not required. Use Form I-551 (Permanent Residence Card).
(a)(3) Refugee USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(a)(4) Paroled as a Refugee USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(a)(5) Asylee (Granted Asylum) USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(a)(6) K-1 Nonimmigrant Fiancé of a USC or K-2 Dependent USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(a)(7) N-8 or N-9 Nonimmigrant USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(a)(8) Admitted as Citizen of Micronesia/Marshall Is. USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(a)(9) K-3 Nonimmigrant Spouse of USC or K-4 Dependent USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(a)(10) Granted Withholding of Removal or Withholding of Deportation USCIS Chicago Lockbox

For U.S. Postal Service:

USCIS
P.O. Box 805887
Chicago, IL 60680-4120

For Express mail and courier deliveries:

USCIS
Attn: FBAS
131 South Dearborn-3rdFloor
Chicago, IL 60603-5517

(a)(11) Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) granted File according to the most recent Federal Register notice for your country’s DED order.
(a)(12) Temporary Protected Status

Granted

See instructions in the Federal Register notice for your country’s TPS designation.
Temporary Protected Status Granted - replacement of a valid lost, stolen or mutilated employment authorization card. USCIS Vermont Service Center

This address may be used for both US Postal Service and private courier deliveries:

USCIS
Vermont Service Center
Attn: TPS
75 Lower Welden St.
St. Albans, VT 05479-0001

(a)(13) Family Unity Benefits Granted USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(a)(14) LIFE Act Family Unity Granted For U.S. Postal Service:

USCIS
P.O. Box 7219
Chicago, IL 60680-7219

For Express mail and courier deliveries:

USCIS
Attn: VKL
131 South Dearborn-3rdFloor
Chicago, IL 60603-7219

(a)(15) V-1, V-2, or V-3 Nonimmigrant USCIS Chicago Lockbox

For U. S. Postal Service:

USCIS
P.O. Box 7219
Chicago, IL 60680-7219

For Express mail and courier deliveries:

USCIS
Attn: VKL
131 South Dearborn-3rdFloor
Chicago, IL 60680-7219

(a)(16) T-1 Nonimmigrant This address may be used for both US Postal Service and private courier deliveries:

USCIS
Vermont Service Center
Attn: I-765
75 Lower Welden St.
St. Albans, VT 05479-0001

(a)(17) Spouse of an E-1/E-2 Treaty Trader or Investor, or Spouse of an E-3 Certain Specialty Occupation Professional from Australia USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(a)(18) Spouse of an L-1 Intracompany Transferee USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(a)(19) U-1 Nonimmigrant USCIS
Vermont Service Center
Attn: I-765
75 Lower Welden St.
St. Albans, VT 05479-0001
(a)(20) U-2, U-3, U-4 or U-5 Nonimmigrant USCIS
Vermont Service Center
Attn: I-765
75 Lower Welden St.
St. Albans, VT 05479-0001
Eligibility Category 8 CFR Category Description Filing Location
274a.12    
(c)(1) Spouse/Dependent of Foreign Government Official Department of State
(c)(2) Spouse/Dependent of Employee of the Coordination Council NA Affairs USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(c)(3)(i)

SeeNOTE

F-1 Optional Practical Training (OPT)

 

NOTE: Do not use the (c)(3)(i) category on your application. Use one of the following categories instead:

 

(c)(3)(A), Pre-Completion OPT

 

(c)(3)(B), Post-Completion OPT

 

(c)(3)(C), 17 Month Extension for an F-1 Student who has received a degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM), that appears on the STEM designated Degree Program List published on the SEVP website available through the Related Links on thewww.uscis.gov website

USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(c)(3)(ii) F-1 Offered Employment Under the International Organization Immunities Act USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(c)(3)(iii) F-1 Seeking Off-Campus Employment Due to Severe Economic Hardship USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(c)(4) Spouse/Dependent of G-1, 3, 4 Nonimmigrant Department of State/United States Mission to the UN (alien's sponsoring organization)
(c)(5) J-2 Nonimmigrant status USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(c)(6) M-1 Practical Training USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(c)(7) Dependent of NATO-1 Through NATO-7 Submit your application through your principal’s sponsoring organization and your application will be reviewed and forwarded by DOS, USUN, or NATO/SACLANT 
(c)(8) Asylum applicant USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
Asylum applicant under special ABC filing instructions and you are filing your asylum and EAD applications together. Mail to the USCIS Service Center where you are filing your asylum application.
(c)(9) Pending Family Based Form I-485 Application to Register Permanent Resident or Adjust Status pursuant to Section 245 of the INA pending, and you filed your application with the USCIS Chicago Lockbox, and your receipt number begins with “MSC,” or you filed with the Immigration Judge USCIS Chicago Lockbox

For U.S. Postal Service:

USCIS
P.O. Box 805887
Chicago, IL 60680-4120

For Express mail and courier deliveries:

USCIS
Attn: FBAS
131 South Dearborn-3rdFloor
Chicago, IL 60603-5517

Pending Employment Based Form I-485 Application to Adjust Status pursuant to Section 245 of the INA USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(c)(10) Applicant for Section 244 Suspension of Deportation or 240A Cancellation of Removal (applicants who are NOT eligible for NACARA 203 Relief) USCIS Chicago Lockbox

U.S. Postal Service:

USCIS
PO Box 805887
Chicago, IL 60680-4120

 

Express mail and courier deliveries:

USCIS
Attn: FBAS
131 South Dearborn-3rdFloor
Chicago, IL 60603-5517

Applicant for Special Rule Cancellation of Removal under NACARA USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(c)(11) Paroled in the Public Interest USCIS Chicago Lockbox

For U.S. Postal Service:

USCIS
P.O. Box 805887
Chicago, IL 60680-4120

For Express mail and courier deliveries:

USCIS
Attn: FBAS
131 South Dearborn-3rdFloor
Chicago, IL 60603-5517

(c)(12) Not in use  
(c)(13) Not in use  
(c)(14) Deferred Action Granted USCIS Chicago Lockbox

For U.S. Postal Service:

USCIS
PO Box 805887
Chicago, IL 60680-4120

 

For Express mail and courier deliveries:

USCIS
Attn: FBAS
131 South Dearborn-3rdFloor
Chicago, IL 60603-5517

An alien who has been granted Deferred Action as a surviving spouse or qualified child, or based

on an approved Form I-360 filed for a battered or abused spouse or child

USCIS Vermont Service Center 
75 Lower Welden St.
St. Albans, VT 05479-0001
(c)(15) Not in use  
(c)(16) Adjustment Applicant Based on Continuous Residence Since January 1, 1972 USCIS Chicago Lockbox

For U.S. Postal Service:

USCIS
P.O. Box 805887
Chicago, IL 60680-4120

For Express mail and courier deliveries:

USCIS
Attn: FBAS
131 South Dearborn-3rdFloor
Chicago, IL 60603-5517

(c)(17)(i) B-1 Nonimmigrant Who is the Personal or Domestic Servant of a Nonimmigrant Employer USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(c)(17)(ii) B-1 Nonimmigrant Who is a Domestic Servant of a USC USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(c)(17)(iii) B-1 Nonimmigrant Employed by a Foreign Airline USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(c)(18) Final Order of Deportation and Release on Order of Supervision USCIS Chicago Lockbox

For U.S. Postal Service:

USCIS
P.O. Box 805887
Chicago, IL 60680-4120

For Express mail and courier deliveries:

USCIS
Attn: FBAS
131 South Dearborn-3rdFloor
Chicago, IL 60603-5517

(c)(19) Temporary Treatment Benefits during pendency of an Application for Temporary Protected Status or Application to Extend TPS Status Please refer to the Federal Register notice orTemporary Protected Status Web page for more information on where to file your form and to see if online filing is available for your designated country.
(c)(20) Pending Form I-700, Application for Temporary Resident Status as a Special Agricultural Worker Under Sec 210 of the Immigration and Nationality Act USCIS Phoenix or Dallas Lockbox, based on where you live (See address below).
(c)(21) S Nonimmigrant Don't use Form I-765. See USCIS Contact
(c)(22) Pending Form I-687 Application for Status as a Temporary Resident Under Sec 245A of the Immigration and Nationality Act USCIS Chicago Lockbox

For U.S. Postal Service:

USCIS
P.O. Box 7219
Chicago, IL 60680-7219

For Express mail and courier deliveries:

USCIS
Attn: VKL
131 South Dearborn-3rdFloor
Chicago, IL 60603-7219

(c)(23) Q Nonimmigrant Do not use Form I-765. I-94 used.
(c)(24) LIFE Legalization Applicant USCIS Chicago Lockbox

For U.S. Postal Service:

USCIS
P.O. Box 7219
Chicago, IL 60680-7219

For Express mail and courier deliveries:

USCIS
Attn: VKL
131 South Dearborn-3rdFloor
Chicago, IL 60603-7219

(c)(25) T-2, T-3, or T-4 Nonimmigrant This address may be used for both US Postal Service and private courier deliveries:

USCIS
Vermont Service Center
Attn: I-765
75 Lower Welden St.
St. Albans, VT 05479-0001

(c)(26)

H-4 Spouse of an H-1B Nonimmigrant

File with the USCIS Dallas Lockbox Facilityif the receipt number of your H-1B principal spouse’s most recent Form I-797 Notice of Approval for Form I-129 begins with EAC orLIN

File with the USCIS Phoenix Lockbox Facility if the receipt number of your H-1B principal spouse’s most recent Form I-797 Notice of Approval for Form I-129 begins with SRC or WAC

USCIS Dallas Lockbox Facility

U.S. Postal Service (USPS):

USCIS
PO Box 660921
Dallas, TX 75266

For Express Mail and courier deliveries:

USCIS
Attn: H4
2501 S. State Hwy. 121 Business
Suite 400
Lewisville, TX 75067

USCIS Phoenix Lockbox Facility

U.S. Postal Service (USPS):

USCIS
P.O. Box 20400
Phoenix, AZ 85036

For Express mail and courier deliveries:

USCIS
Attn: H4
1820 E. Skyharbor Circle S
Suite 100
Phoenix, AZ 85034

(c)(31) VAWA Self-Petitioners USCIS
Vermont Service Center
Attn: I-765
75 Lower Welden St.
St. Albans, VT 05479-0001
(c)(33) Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals when filing with Form I-821D.

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals when decided by U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)

Mail your Forms I-765 and I-765WS together with Form I-821D to the Form I-821D filing address

 

USCIS Chicago Lockbox Facility

U.S. Postal Service (USPS):

USCIS
P.O. Box 5757
Chicago, IL 60680-5757

For Express Mail and courier deliveries:

USCIS
Attn: DACA
131 South Dearborn-3rdFloor
Chicago, IL 60603-5517

 

USCIS Phoenix and Dallas Lockbox facilities

If you live in: Mail your application to:

Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado,
Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana,
Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota,
Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada,
North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, South Dakota,
Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming,
Guam, or the Northern Mariana Islands.

USCIS Phoenix Lockbox

For U.S. Postal Service (USPS) deliveries:

USCIS
PO Box 21281
Phoenix, AZ 85036

For Express mail and courier deliveries:

USCIS
Attn: AOS
1820 E. Skyharbor Circle S
Suite 100
Phoenix, AZ 85034

Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware,
District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia,
Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland,
Massachusetts, Mississippi,
New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico,
New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania,
Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina,
Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont,
Virginia, U.S. Virgin Islands,
or West Virginia

USCIS Dallas Lockbox

For U.S. Postal Service (USPS) Deliveries:

USCIS
PO Box 660867
Dallas, TX 75266

For Express mail and courier deliveries:

USCIS
Attn: AOS
2501 S. State Hwy. 121 Business
Suite 400
Lewisville, TX 75067

E-Notification: If you want to receive an e-mail and/or a text message that your Form I-765 has been accepted at a USCIS Lockbox facility, complete Form G-1145, E-Notification of Application/Petition Acceptance and clip it to the first page of your application.

Certain H-4 Visa Holders Can Apply For Application for Employment Authorization(EAD) Now

By Bill at May 26, 2015 21:16
Filed Under: Immigration News

Beginning May 26, 2015, certain H-4 dependent spouses of H-1B nonimmigrants can file Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization, as long as the H-1B nonimmigrant has already started the process of seeking employment-based lawful permanent resident (LPR) status. Specifically, H-4 dependent spouses may apply for employment authorization if the H-1B nonimmigrant:

    1. Is the principal beneficiary of an approved Form I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker; or

    2. Has been granted H-1B status under sections 106(a) and (b) of the American Competitiveness in the Twenty-first Century Act of 2000 as amended by the 21st Century Department of Justice Appropriations Authorization Act     (AC21). AC21 permits H-1B nonimmigrants seeking lawful permanent residence to work and remain in the United States beyond the six-year limit on their H-1B status.

The Employment Authorization for Certain H-4 Dependent Spouses final rule (H-4 rule), effective on May 26, 2015, seeks to support the goals of attracting and retaining highly skilled foreign workers and minimizing the disruption to U.S. businesses resulting from H-1B nonimmigrants who choose not to remain in the United States and pursue LPR status.

Although USCIS published the H-4 notice of proposed rulemaking in May 2014, finalizing it was part of the executive actions on immigration that President Obama announced in November 2014. Extending eligibility for employment authorization to certain H-4 dependent spouses of H-1B nonimmigrants is one of the initiatives to modernize, improve and clarify visa programs to grow the U.S. economy and create jobs.

U.S. businesses use the H-1B program to employ foreign workers in specialty occupations that require a bachelor’s or higher degree in a specific specialty that is directly related to the H-1B position. In addition to specialty occupation workers, the H-1B classification applies to individuals performing services related to a Department of Defense cooperative research and development project or coproduction project, and to individuals performing services of distinguished merit and ability in the field of fashion modeling.

Judge Denied Motion for Preliminary Injunction in H-4 EAD Rule Lawsuit

By Bill at May 26, 2015 20:53
Filed Under: Immigration News

On  24 May, 2015, Judge Tanya Chutkan of the Federal District Court in the District of Columbia denied the plaintfiff's motion for preliminary injunction against H-4 EAD rule. The USCIS can comfortably implement the H-4 EAD program beginning from May 26, 2015.  

Read Judge's Denial Opinion

Technology workers who say they lost their jobs to immigrant workers lost their bid to halt President Obama’s latest guest-worker program after a court ruled Sunday evening that they couldn’t prove the new workers would specifically compete with them.

Federal District Judge Tanya S. Chutkan’s ruling means Mr. Obama’s controversial program can go into effect Tuesday as planned. 

Under the program, legal guest-workers’ spouses, who now are generally barred from working, will be allowed to apply for work permits, giving them the chance to win jobs.

Judge Chutkan wrote in the 12-page ruling that the damage to the technology workers, organized as Save Jobs USA, was “highly speculative.” 

“Save Jobs does not explain how many IT jobs may be taken by H-4 visa holders, how many of those jobs its members may have sought themselves, what pay or benefits its members risk losing while the case is pending, or what other harm its members may face,” the judge wrote. “The court is left to speculate as to the magnitude of the injury, and speculation is not enough to turn economic loss into irreparable harm.”

The H-4 visa is given to dependents of H-1B visa holders, who are sought-after high-skilled workers. Immigrant rights advocates have long sought the change, arguing that it’s unfair to restrict legal workers’ spouses from also getting jobs.

The Obama administration said allowing the spouses to work will help entice the best H-1B applicants from around the world. Officials expect about 179,000 people to be eligible the first year, and 55,000 a year after that.

Read Judge's Denial Opinion

Great News! H-4 visa holders can apply for work authorization in May!

By Bill at February 24, 2015 22:41
Filed Under: Immigration News
Myvisajobs team are excited to share some great news with you! USCIS announced on Feb 24 that the final rule allowing spouses of certain H1-B visa holders to obtain work authorization was approved, and would become effective on May 26, 2015view final rule orUSCIS announcement 

USCIS estimates the number of individuals eligible to apply for employment authorization under the new rule could be as high as 179,600 in the first year and 55,000 annually in subsequent years. The numbers are nearly 85% higher than previously estimated

Under the new rule, eligible H-4 dependent spouses must file the revised Form I-765(Application for Employment Authorization), with supporting evidence and the required $380 fee in order to obtain employment authorization. Once USCIS approves the Form I-765 and the H-4 dependent spouse receives Employment Authorization Document (EAD), he or she may begin working in the United States. 

Eligible individuals include certain H-4 dependent spouses of H-1B nonimmigrants who:
  • Are the principal beneficiaries of an approved Form I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker; or
  • Have been granted H-1B status under sections 106(a) and (b) of the American Competitiveness in the Twenty-first Century Act of 2000. The Act permits H-1B nonimmigrants seeking lawful permanent residence to work and remain in the United States beyond the six-year limit on their H-1B status.
USCIS will begin accepting H-4 EAD applications on May 26, 2015. If you want to know more about H-1B visa and H-4 visa work authorization, please visit Work Visa section ofmyvisajobs.com

U.S. employers are expected to file more than 150,000 labor condition application for H-1B visa in April. It is time for you to update your career profile and pitch potential employers now! 

DHS extend employment authorization to certain H-4 dependents

By Bill at February 24, 2015 21:47
Filed Under: Immigration News

Release Date: February 24, 2015

WASHINGTON – U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director León Rodríguez announced today that, effective May 26, 2015, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is extending eligibility for employment authorization to certain H-4 dependent spouses of H-1B nonimmigrants who are seeking employment-based lawful permanent resident (LPR) status. DHS amended the regulations to allow these H-4 dependent spouses to accept employment in the United States.

Finalizing the H-4 employment eligibility was an important element of the immigration executive actions President Obama announced in November 2014. Extending eligibility for employment authorization to certain H-4 dependent spouses of H-1B nonimmigrants is one of several initiatives underway to modernize, improve and clarify visa programs to grow the U.S. economy and create jobs. 

“Allowing the spouses of these visa holders to legally work in the United States makes perfect sense,” Rodríguez said. “It helps U.S. businesses keep their highly skilled workers by increasing the chances these workers will choose to stay in this country during the transition from temporary workers to permanent residents. It also provides more economic stability and better quality of life for the affected families.”

Eligible individuals include certain H-4 dependent spouses of H-1B nonimmigrants who: 

  • Are the principal beneficiaries of an approved Form I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker; or
  • Have been granted H-1B status under sections 106(a) and (b) of the American Competitiveness in the Twenty-first Century Act of 2000 as amended by the 21st Century Department of Justice Appropriations Authorization Act. The Act permits H-1B nonimmigrants seeking lawful permanent residence to work and remain in the United States beyond the six-year limit on their H-1B status.

DHS expects this change will reduce the economic burdens and personal stresses H-1B nonimmigrants and their families may experience during the transition from nonimmigrant to lawful permanent resident status, and facilitate their integration into American society. As such, the change should reduce certain disincentives that currently lead H-1B nonimmigrants to abandon efforts to remain in the United States while seeking lawful permanent residence, which will minimize disruptions to U.S. businesses employing them. The change should also support the U.S. economy because the contributions H-1B nonimmigrants make to entrepreneurship and science help promote economic growth and job creation. The rule also will bring U.S. immigration policies more in line with those laws of other countries that compete to attract similar highly skilled workers.

Under the rule, eligible H-4 dependent spouses must file Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization, with supporting evidence and the required $380 fee in order to obtain employment authorization and receive a Form I-766, Employment Authorization Document (EAD). USCIS will begin accepting applications on May 26, 2015. Once USCIS approves the Form I-765 and the H-4 dependent spouse receives an EAD, he or she may begin working in the United States.

USCIS estimates the number of individuals eligible to apply for employment authorization under this rule could be as high as 179,600 in the first year and 55,000 annually in subsequent years. USCIS reminds those potentially eligible that this rule is not considered effective until May 26, 2015. Individuals should not submit an application to USCIS before the effective date, and should avoid anyone who offers to assist in submitting an application to USCIS before the effective date.


Last Reviewed/Updated: 02/24/2015

 

New EAD Application Form Approved to Include H-4 Visa Applicants

By Bill at February 23, 2015 22:10
Filed Under: Immigration News

We reported last year that Department of Homeland Security proposed to extend work authorization to H-4 Visa holders. It is estimated that approximately 97,000 H-1B spouses will be eligible under this new rule within the first year and then over 30,000 annually after that. 

On February 13, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) approved on emergency bases the revised I-765 form(Application for Employment Authorization), adding H-4 applicants. Once the Final Rule becomes effective, H-4 visa holders could use this form to apply for work authorization. view final rule

There are 9 steps in the rule making process, and we have finally reached step 8: 

Step 1: Initiating Events 
Step 2: Determination whether a Rule is Needed 
Step 3: Preparation of Proposed Rule 
Step 4: OMB Review of Proposed Rule (completed on 05/07/2014) 
Step 5: Publication of Proposed Rule (completed on 05/12/2014) 
Step 6: Public Comments-(completed on 07/11/2014) 
Step 7: Preparation of Final Rule, Interim Final Rule or Direct Final Rule (completed on 02/05/2015) 
Step 8: OMB Review of Final Rule, Interim Final Rule or Direct Final Rule (In Process) 
Step 9: Publication of Final Rule, Interim Final Rule or Direct Final Rule 

If you want to know more about H-1B visa and H-4 visa work authorization, please visit Work Visa section of myvisajobs.com

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