A spike in demand for new H-1B cap cases is anticipated as current college students will be graduating within the next two weeks. Organizations that plan to petition for H-1B employment in Fiscal Year 2013 may want to seek legal counsel so that cases can be filed promptly.
Organizations that plan to petition for H-1B employment in Fiscal Year 2013 may want to seek legal counsel so that cases can be filed promptly.
Fiscal Year 2013 H-1B Cap Count
|Cap Type||Cap Amount||Cap Eligible Petitions||Date of Last Count|
|H-1B Regular Cap||65,000||36,700||May 11, 2012|
|H-1B Master’s Degree Exemption||20,000||14,800||May 11, 2012|
Duane Morris will continue to monitor the H-1B cap count and will provide further updates as the filing period proceeds.
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