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So you found a candidate, but they need to transfer their H-1B visa. We take care of all the moving parts and complexities so your team can hit the ground running. You don’t need to worry about the attorney, the paperwork or filing.
We make sure the position and candidate qualify for the H-1B
We collect all the details we need for the H-1B petition in one go
We review the petition together with the labor condition application
We give you the compliance docs to keep for your records
You sign the final version of the petition and we ship it to USCIS
"Legalpad has taken the dreaded H-1B process and made it as simple as posting a new job on a job board."Stewart FortierBanzai
"Preparing the H-1B petition is remarkably easy with Legalpad. The Legalpad team provides a wealth of knowledge about immigration in the workplace and simplifies a complex process for our legal and HR teams using a tech-driven approach." Avalara Legal Team
"Legalpad is the only immigration service that 'gets it.' I've personally had two visa petitions approved with Legalpad which have allowed me to create tremendous value in the US. I simply wouldn't trust anyone else to handle my file." Chris PitchfordAlly
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Expected Immigration Policy Changes Under Biden-Harris
Over the weekend, media outlets announced Joe Biden as winner of the 2020 presidential election. Legalpad is here to help unpack what this means for employment-based immigration
Data Report: Software Engineers On H-1B
By a wide margin, the top occupation of H-1B holders work in the software engineering field, holding titles like software developer, programmer, QA analysts, etc. Take a look at where they work, their salaries, and specializations.
USCIS Proposes Replacing H-1B Lottery With Wage-Based Selection
The Department of Homeland Security has proposed a restructuring of the H-1B lottery process, replacing the random lottery system with a wage-based selection process.
L-1B is a nonimmigrant classification that allows a U.S. employer to transfer an employee with specialized knowledge from a foreign office to an office in the U.S. It can also be used to send a specialized knowledge employee to set up a new office in the U.S.
Premium Processing Fees Raised By USCIS
USCIS announced on Friday that it will increase premium processing fees beginning on Monday, October 19, 2020 from $1,440 to $2,500 for all filings currently eligible for premium processing, except for H-2B or R-1 petitions.
L-1A is a nonimmigrant classification that allows a U.S. employer to transfer an executive or manager from one of its affiliated foreign offices to one of its offices in the U.S. or to establish a new office in the U.S.
Hitting The Accelerator
If you're an entrepreneur in the tech space -- or any space really -- you’ve probably at least heard of, or considered going through an accelerator. Here are some advantages and disadvantages of taking that step.
Amplo CEO Sheel Tyle Talks Immigration Landscape
Sheel Tyle is a first-generation American whose parents came to the United States from India. In our interview with the venture capitalist, he talks about the immigration landscape and what it means for immigrant entrepreneurs.
Paths For Students After Graduation
If your graduation is coming up, or you just want to be prepared for when the time comes, you’re probably thinking about how you’ll transfer from your F-1 visa when you enter the workforce. Here are some options.
Who Is On The O-1 Visa?
The O-1 visa is granted to those with extraordinary ability in science, technology, business, and other areas of expertise. See what countries and regions O-1 visa holders are from.
Dept Of Labor Raises H-1B Wage Requirements
The Department of Labor (DOL) has issued a new rule designed to make it much more expensive to employ certain categories of foreign workers.
President Signs Act Expanding Premium Processing Offerings
The Act, to be implemented shortly, will permanently expanded USCIS' premium processing program for many employment-based categories, while also increasing the cost for many visa categories.