H-1b Visa Petition

Initial information needed from the foreign national for an H-1b petition

1) Current street address, email, and phone number;

2) Current Resume;

3) Copy of most recent payroll statement (only if currently on H1B status);

4) Copy of College Diploma(s);

5) Copies of College Transcripts;

6) Copy of I-94 card (front and back)

7) Clear copy of passport (all pages, including blank pages, and front and back covers);

8) Social Security Number, if you have been issued one.

NOTE: The items below may or may not apply. If they do, please include copies; if they do not, please circle N/A.

N/A I-20 ID (front and back);
N/A Employment Authorization Document
(front and back, with expiration date clearly legible);
N/A Copy of all prior H1B approval Notice(s); and
N/A Copy of passports, I-94 cards, and Social Security Numbers for any family members who wish to apply for H-4 status/extension.
N/A State license
N/A 343 Healthcare Worker Certificate aka Visa Screen

NOTE: Copies are acceptable.

INFORMATION NEEDED FROM THE FOREIGN NATIONAL WHO IS NOT IN THE U.S.

1) Clear copy of College Diploma(s), Degree, etc…;

2) Clear copy of College Transcripts or mark sheets;

3) Clear copy of passport (all pages, including blank pages, and front and back covers);

4) Current Resume;

5) Dates of prior stays in the U.S. on either an H, F, L, or J visa; and

6) Current address, phone number, and email.

NOTE: Copies are acceptable.

Please also note: It is very important that at the appropriate time you provide all of the applicable above-listed information/documentation completely and expeditiously. Failure to do so, will result in unnecessary delays in processing your petition. It is also very important that all copies submitted are clear and legible. If we are unable to read a document, it is likely the USCIS will be unable to read it as well. This will also cause delays in processing your petition. If you have any questions or require additional information, please contact our office.

"Time is of the essence for our clients. Therefore, time must be of the essence as well." -Sherry Neal

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