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FY 2005 H1B Cap - reached on day 1

WASHINGTON: A full year's quota of 65,000 H1B visas, which provides the passage for skilled professionals hoping to work in the United States, has been reached on the very first day the new allocations opened.

The demand for foreign workers on H1B visas is at the highest levels - ever!!
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The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), which processes applications for the H1B program, is no longer accepting petitions for visas for initial employment for this fiscal year, which runs from October 1, 2004 to September 30, 2005.

This means that foreign workers, will have to remain at home unless they or the company they work for have already applied and got the visa under the 65,000 cap. This is the first time the 65,000 cap, which has been reduced from a peak of 195,000 because of pressure from American workers, has been reached on the day the new H1B quota opened. Although officials said not all 65,000 visas have already been issued, it appears that going by a presumption of approval, the government has already received enough H1B applications to reach the H1B cap.

USCIS had reportedly received petitions amounting to 71 percent of the annual H1B cap by August 18 and the remainder was received in the weeks since then. Based on applications already received, the State Department will issue the H1B throughout the coming fiscal. This means that fresh applicants will have to wait for the year FY 2006 H1B quota.

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SEE BELOW FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON THE H1B VISA PROGRAM:

>> THE H1B VISA - OVERVIEW

>> FIND OUT IF YOU QUALIFY FOR AN H1B VISA

>> H1B JOB SEEKER SOLUTIONS/RESOURCES

>> THE H1B VISA APPLICATION PROCESS

>> H1B PREMIUM PROCESSING APPLICATION SERVICE

>> H1B SPONSOR / EMPLOYER LEGAL OBLIGATIONS

>> HOW TO EXTEND / REVALIDATE YOUR H1B VISA

>> HOW TO TRANSFER YOUR H1B VISA TO A NEW EMPLOYER/SPONSOR

>> HAVE MULTIPLE H1B VISAS for DIFFERENT EMPLOYERS

>> HOW TO CHECK THE STATUS OF YOUR VISA

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