1 March 2022
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1 March 2022,
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H-1B Cap 2021 Fourth Round Final Selection Notices

On Monday, February 28, 2022, USCIS confirmed that it has received a sufficient number of H-1B petitions from the 2021 lottery to meet the statutory caps for fiscal year 2022. Most of our clients did not have any additional selections in this fourth round as it was a very limited draw, but every registrant was given notice. This officially closes out the FY2022 cap and clearly signals that FY2023 is the path forward. We will continue to keep all our clients up to date on H-1B Cap information. Today, March 1, 2022, USCIS will start accepting registrations for the FY2023 lottery.

Please see the information below for Managing Partner Mr. David Brown’s final H-1B Cap Webinar. If you have been unable to attend thus far, we highly recommend signing up:

Back by Popular Demand: H-1B Cap Season and Important Immigration Updates – What you Need to Know in Just 30 Minutes

In case you missed it, David Brown will be repeating his original February talks again on March 2th. This a free learning opportunity for clients and friends of the firm and it is tailored directly for HR/Hiring Managers and foreign national employees involved in filing an H-1B this year. We hope you’ll find time to attend!

A new year brings a new H-1B lottery selection! We want to answer all of your questions and ensure you know how to navigate the H-1B cap season. Join Managing Partner, David Zaritzky Brown, as he walks through what to expect for this upcoming H-1B Cap season and how our firm will process applications. This is a key talk for everyone who are dealing with the H-1B cap season as the Cap opening is from March 1st until 18th. This webinar will cover items that are important if this is your first Cap season, as well as key updates and strategies for all HR leaders.

REGISTER HERE For March 2, 2022

Once registered, you will receive an email with a link to use to join the video chat on the day of the event. Please note: This link should not be shared with others; it is unique to you. If you ever misplace the invitation link, simply visit the webinar schedule on our website to join the LIVE chat.

If you have contacts or colleagues who may benefit from our talks, you are welcome to invite them to join our VIP invitation list by sharing our webinar schedule where they can subscribe for further information.

Don’t miss these opportunities to increase your knowledge on important immigration issues!

Thank you and we look forward to having you at the event.

Best Regards,

The Team at Brown Immigration Law

** This newsletter/memo is provided for informational and discussion purposes only. It does not act as a substitute for direct legal contact on an individual basis **

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