H-1B1 Visa Attorney in San Jose
For Chilean and Singaporean Citizens
The U.S. Chile Free Trade Agreement and the U.S. Singapore Free Trade Agreement creates an H-1B1 visa for citizens from Chile and Singapore. The agreement requires the USCIS to reserve exempt 1,400 H-1B visas for Chile and 5,400 visas for Singapore from the 65,000 H-1B visa cap. The intended recipient of the H-1B1 visa must:
- Be a citizen of Singapore or Chile
- Have a valid job offer from a U.S. company to be employed in a specialty job occupation
- Have a Certified LCA filed under the H-1B1 Chile or Singapore category
The Applicant does not need to file the H-1B1 application with the USCIS in the U.S. Instead, the Applicant may directly apply at the U.S. Consulate overseas for the H-1B1 visa.
How Long is the Visa Valid for?
The H-1B1 visa is valid for one year and extensions are granted in one-year increments. Unlike the H-1B, there is no 6-year limitation for the H-1B1. Any unused visas from the Chilean and Singapore quota become part of the regular H-1B visa quota.
It is important to get experienced representation from a successful law firm if you are having difficulty navigating your immigration case. With more than 23 years of experience and a background as an immigrant, our San Jose H-1B1 visa attorney knows what it takes to effectively handle an immigration matter. Your case is in good hands when you work with us, so contact us at your earliest convenience!
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