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The H-1B electronic registration period opens Sunday at noon EST and closes on March 20 at noon EDT. The new H-1B electronic registration process requires that all H-1B petitioners submit an electronic registration for each prospective H-1B candidate and pay a $10 government filing fee per registration.
BAL Analysis: Companies should create their myUSCIS accounts if they have not already done so, and their authorized signatories who have created the accounts should be prepared to review and electronically sign H-1B registrations and the Form G-28 if a law firm is submitting registrations on behalf of the company. Although the registration period will remain open until March 20, submitting earlier during the registration period is encouraged to allow time to address any glitches or issues in this brand-new process. BAL clients may access all the latest updates, FAQs, news, analysis and podcasts on BAL’s H-1B Electronic Registration Resource Center.
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