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H-1B electronic cap registration closes at noon Eastern Daylight Time (EDT), Friday, March 20. The mandatory process requires that H-1B petitioners submit an online registration through myUSCIS.gov for each prospective H-1B candidate and pay a $10 government registration fee per registration.
Additional information: Companies should be prepared to review and electronically sign the H-1B registrations and the Form G-28 if a law firm is submitting registrations for them. 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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