The process of filing an H-1B visa petition is challenging. Before beginning your H-1B application, experienced attorneys at our firm will consider your specific situation and evaluate every immigration option available to you, whether as a petitioning employer or a prospective alien employee. If our analysis determines that it is feasible and advantageous for you to apply under the H-1B classification, we’ll be willing and able to facilitate your application.
If you’re interested in a case evaluation at no charge, feel free to send us your information by e-mail to email@example.com, or by fax to (713) 771-8368. After reviewing your materials, we’ll advise you on the course of action we believe to be best for you.
After you retain us for your H-1B case, our seasoned attorneys will facilitate your application by taking the following steps:
H-1B Premium Processing
USCIS has typically offered a premium processing service for H-1B applications. For an extra $1,225, USCIS guarantees a decision within 15 business days of receiving a petition.
If and when this service is reinstated, and if you’re interested in taking advantage of the quick adjudication, one of our experienced attorneys will conduct a preliminary evaluation of your situation via an e-mail or telephone consultation. If we determine you’re eligible and well-situated to apply for H-1B status, we will complete and file your H-1B petition within three business days of receiving all required documentation from you, in effect consolidating the above procedures into a short, intensely focused duration of time.
Our experienced immigration attorneys are here to guide professionals through the complicated H-1B application process, and minimize any and all confusion or challenges. We understand how important an H-1B visa is to you, whether as the employer or the prospective employee. Our seasoned staff and yearslong track record of success make Zhang & Associates the natural choice to facilitate your H-1B petitions.
For more detailed information on the H-1B category, including minimum requirements and USCIS policies, refer to the following links:
General H-1B Topics