U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) received 308,613 H-1B registrations in March and selected 87,500 to submit H-1B petitions for the 2022 fiscal year, the agency announced Thursday.
BAL Analysis: The USCIS data demonstrates the ongoing popularity of the H-1B program and continued high demand for the limited annual number of visas. Employers are encouraged to work with their BAL attorney to consider alternatives for registrations that were not selected in March’s lottery. BAL will also continue to monitor the possibility that USCIS will invite more registrants to submit H-1B petitions for FY 2022.
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