Visa Americas

H-1B Petition filing for Employers

At, we specialize in providing comprehensive visa consultancy services, including expert assistance with H-1B petition preparation for H-1B Employers. Our dedicated team is well-versed in the intricacies of the H-1B visa program and can guide you through the complex process of petitioning for H-1B visas for your employees.

Our service offering includes the following key features

Expert Guidance

Our experienced team have a deep understanding of the H-1B visa program’s requirements, eligibility criteria, and documentation standards. We stay updated with the latest immigration regulations and policy changes to ensure accurate and compliant petition preparation.

Initial Assessment

We begin by conducting an initial assessment of your employees’ eligibility for the H-1B visa program. Our consultants review their qualifications, work experience, and job roles to determine their suitability for H-1B sponsorship.

Labor Condition Application (LCA)

We assist in the preparation and submission of the required LCA, ensuring compliance with Department of Labor (DOL) regulations and prevailing wage requirements.

Document Collection and Review

We work closely with you and your employees to gather all the necessary documents required for the H-1B petition. Our team reviews the documents to ensure completeness, accuracy, and compliance with USCIS guidelines.

Form Preparation

We assist in the preparation and completion of all necessary USCIS forms, including Form I-129, Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker. We ensure that all information is properly entered and any required supporting documentation is attached. We prepare detailed support letters to establish the employer-employee relationship and demonstrate the specialized nature of the job. Additionally, we assist in compiling relevant supporting documentation, such as educational degrees, certifications, resumes, and other evidence of qualifications.

RFE Response Support

In the event of a Request for Evidence (RFE) from USCIS, we provide support in preparing persuasive response. Our consultants work closely with you to address the specific concerns raised by USCIS and provide additional documentation or clarification as required. But if the RFE requires detailed legal scrutiny and immigration attorney involvement, we can connect you with reliable and affordable attorneys experienced in H-1B Immigration.

Timely Petition Submission

We understand the importance of meeting USCIS deadlines and ensure that your H-1B petitions are submitted in a timely manner.

Ongoing Support

Throughout the H-1B petition process, our consultants are available to address your questions, provide updates, and offer guidance. We strive to provide personalized support and keep you informed of the progress of your petitions.


Please note that our services focus on the preparation and submission of the H-1B petition and related documentation, and are not legal advice or legal services. We recommend consulting with legal professionals/ attorneys for legal advice specific to your unique circumstances (Yes, we can connect you with experienced, reliable and affordable immigration attorneys) 

Expert Connect

Contact us today to learn more about our H-1B petition preparation services. We are committed to assisting you in navigating the H-1B visa process efficiently and successfully.

Frequently Asked Questions?

You can find the most commonly asked questions and their answers right on this page. For any further doubts, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to help you.

The H-1B visa is a nonimmigrant visa that allows U.S. employers to temporarily hire foreign workers in specialty occupations.

A specialty occupation is a job that requires specialized knowledge and a bachelor’s degree or higher in a specific field.

Employers in the United States can file an H-1B petition for foreign workers who possess the required qualifications for a specialty occupation.

The H-1B petition filing process involves several steps, including labor condition application (LCA) filing, completing Form I-129 (Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker), submitting supporting documents, and paying the necessary fees.

H-1B visa holders can stay for up to three years initially, with the possibility of extending their stay for an additional three years. In certain cases, H-1B visa holders may be eligible for further extensions.

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