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This year’s H-1B electronic registration period will close at noon ET this Friday, March 17.
Additional Information: This will be the fourth cap season in which USCIS is using the H-1B electronic registration system. USCIS received a record 483,927 registrations last year for a total of 85,000 H-1B visas, 20,000 of which are set aside for individuals with an advanced degree from a U.S. university. High demand for H-1B visas is widely expected again this year. BAL will provide more information as it becomes available.
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