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Join us for a free H-1B webinar – Lessons From FY2016 – How to Prepare for FY2017 H-1B Season

Please register for H-1B – Lessons From FY2016 – How to Prepare for FY2017 H-1B Season on Feb 12, 2016 12:00 PM EST at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8654143144839593217 The idea behind this webinar is to harness the valuable experience learned from processing H-1Bs from prior years and how the various RFEs have created a valuable source of information … Continue reading

H-1B CAP 2017 – KIDAMBI & ASSOCIATES INITIATES PROCESSING FOR CAP CASES

The H-1B CAP FILING DEADLINE for 2017 is just around the corner! Kidambi & Associates has started processing H-1B CAP petitions for this year and we encourage you to contact us early to initiate processing. If not familiar with our CAP intake process, kindly contact us for process steps and checklists. Important Notes for this … Continue reading

When NOT to File an Amended H-1B Petition

Over the past couple of months, clients have been emailing and calling to understand when they are NOT required to file an amended petition. For instance, one caller wanted to know what would happen if the employee returns from a project and is stationed at the corporate office for 15 days before being re-deployed to … Continue reading

‘Comprehensive Immigration Reform’ – Nominated for Banished Words of 2013

Every year since 1976, Lake Superior State University (LSSU) has released a “List of Words Banished from the Queen’s English for Misuse, Overuse and General Uselessness”. Nominations are offered for words and phrases that are best left out of our vocabulary in the following year. The 2012 List is as follows: 1.Amazing 2.Baby Bump 3.Shared … Continue reading

When Software Consulting and Staffing Companies ‘Engage in Software Development’

It appears there is a valuable lesson to be learned from recent cases in North Carolina and Texas. Both emanate from actions by software consulting/staffing companies that were engaged in the business of placing consultants at third party client sites. In the first case, an Indian national pleaded guilty on March 20th for his role … Continue reading

Ensuring Your H-1B Cap Subject Petition is Properly Filed

H-1B Cap Season has started and we ensure your H-1B Petitions are filed with great attention to detail, thereby maximizing the chances of getting your petition accepted. Find out how you can stay on top of the “random selection process” or H-1B lottery. Continue reading

My Immigration Wishlist

This morning I sat down to read the history and progress being made on Comprehensive Immigration Reform. After I had finished, I realized there were a number of areas in Business Immigration where I would like to see immigration reform and change. I started to list them and felt it would be best to share … Continue reading

PERM Denied – Foreign Language Requirement Not Included in Recruitment

I had a client call me last week with a denied PERM application. His Attorney (the one representing his employer), however, had told him that the DOL had erred and that the denial would be overturned. The reason apparently was the non-inclusion of a language requirement in the recruitment advertisement. I was surprised by the … Continue reading

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