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How to register for an H-1B Visa electronically

H-1B visais the most sought after employment based visa to work in the United States. Each year 85,000 people are selected from a pool of applicants through a random selection process which is known as H-1B Visa Lottery.

To save time and overall cost for the application process, USCISmade the registration process online in 2020.

Follow the below steps to register for H-1B Visa electronically:

The first step to apply for the H-1B visa Lottery process is to complete the electronic registration. This is the link https://myaccount.uscis.gov/users/sign_upwhich will take you to USCIS Sign Up page. The petitioning employer/registrant has to create an account on the USCIS website as a ‘new registrant’ and pay a non-refundable $10 registration fee.

Also Read: What is an H-1B Visa? Here's everything you need to know

Details to be filled:
  • The official name of the sponsoring company
  • Address of the sponsoring company
  • Employer Identification Number of the sponsoring company
  • Official name (as it appears on the passport) of the H-1B beneficiary employee
  • Gender & date of birth of the H-1B beneficiary employee
  • Country of birth & citizenship of the employee
  • Passport number of the H-1B beneficiary
  • Eligibility for U.S. Masters H1B Quota (if applicable).
After registering online, you will be notified whether you have been selected in the lottery or not electronically. If selected, then the next step is to submit the formal and detailed H-1B petitions to the USCIS which should be completed in 90 days.

The initial registration period for FY 2022 will open at noon Eastern Time (ET) on March 9 and run through noon ET on March 25. Both representatives and registrants must wait until March 9 to create and complete H-1B registrations.

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Updates

(September 15, 2021). The California Northern District Court vacated the H-1B cap “highest paid” lottery rule, finding that that former acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolfe was not legally appointed to that position, and therefore had no authority to issue it. Read the decision in Chamber of Commerce of the United State of America et al v. United States Department of Homeland Security et al, Case No. 4:20-cv-07331.

(September 1, 2021). USCIS is requesting public comments on proposed revisions to the H-1B Registration Tool, that would implement the January 8, 2021 Modification of Registration Requirement rule now scheduled to go into effect on December 31, 2021. USCIS will accept comments on the proposed H-1B Registration Tool form until November 1, 2021. See:

  • 86 FR 49043 (September 1, 2021), the H-1B Registration Tool comment notice, which contains instructions on submitting comments regarding the proposed form revisions.

  • H1B Registration Tool-007-REV-Screen Mockups of the proposed revised form, dated January 14, 2021 and the subject of this request for comments.

    • Compare this to the proposed revisions dated January 8, 2021, which included questions related to the original March 9, 2021 rule. The January 14, 2021 version of the proposed form, which is the subject of the request for comments, does not contain the questions that relate to the March 9, 2021 rule. The comment notice says that "The H-1B Selection Final Rule related changes to the information collection instrument will not be implemented before that rule's new effective date, December 31, 2021."

  • H-1B Registration Tool-007 (PDF identifying each of the proposed changes to the form)

(February 8, 2021). The original March 9, 2021 effective date of this January 8, 2021 final rule was postponed until December 31, 2021, through a final rule published at 86 FR 8543 (February 8, 2021). This means that for the FY 2022 H-1B cap season, "USCIS will apply the current regulations (random selection)" to any H-1B cap registration period that takes place before December 31, 2021.


Summary of the Rule

A USCIS final rule titled Modification of Registration Requirement for Petitioners Seeking To File Cap-Subject H-1B Petitions, published on January 8, 2021 and now set to become effective on December 31, 2021, will modify how USCIS manages the H-1B cap-subject registration requirement "by generally first selecting registrations based on the highest Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) prevailing wage level that the proffered wage equals or exceeds for the relevant Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code and area(s) of intended employment." Currently, cap-subject registrations received during the registration period are counted in a random selection process.

The preamble to the final rule states that "USCIS will engage in public outreach and provide training to the regulated public on the modified registration system in advance of its implementation."

DHS had proposed this rule on November 2, 2020. NAFSA participated in the public comment process, signing on to the following comment letters:

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FY 2022 H-1B Cap Season Updates

H-1B Initial Electronic Registration Selection Process Completed

USCIS has received enough electronic registrations during the initial registration period to reach the fiscal year (FY) 2022 H-1B numerical allocations (H-1B cap) including the advanced degree exemption (master’s cap). We randomly selected from among the registrations properly submitted to reach the cap. We have notified all prospective petitioners with selected registrations that they are eligible to file an H-1B cap-subject petition for the beneficiary named in the applicable selected registration.

Registrants’ online accounts will now show one of the following statuses for each registration (that is, for each beneficiary registered):

  • Submitted: The registration has been submitted and is eligible for selection. If the initial selection process has been completed, this registration remains eligible, unless subsequently invalidated, for selection in any subsequent selections for the fiscal year for which it was submitted.
  • Selected: Selected to file an H-1B cap petition.
  • Denied: Multiple registrations were submitted by or on behalf of the same registrant for the same beneficiary. If denied as a duplicate registration, all registrations submitted by or on behalf of the same registrant for this beneficiary for the fiscal year are invalid.
  • Invalidated-Failed Payment: A registration was submitted but the payment method was declined, not reconciled, or otherwise invalid.

For more information, visit the H-1B Electronic Registration Process page.

FY 2022 H-1B Cap Petitions May Be Filed Starting April 1

H-1B cap-subject petitions for FY 2022, including those petitions eligible for the advanced degree exemption, may be filed with USCIS beginning April 1, 2021, if based on a valid, selected registration.

Only petitioners with selected registrations may file H-1B cap-subject petitions for FY 2022, and only for the beneficiary named in the applicable selected registration notice.

When completing Form I-129, Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker, please ensure that the below question is included as Question 5 in Supplement H on page 13. If you have already filled out Form I-129 and this question was not included, you may replace Supplement H in your petition by printing out and completing pages 13 and 14 from the current version of Form I-129 on uscis.gov and including them with your petition. Starting July 1, 2021, we will only accept the 03/10/21 edition of Form I-129. Until then, you can also use the 09/30/20 and 01/27/20 editions.

An H-1B cap-subject petition must be properly filed at the correct service center and within the filing period indicated on the relevant registration selection notice. The period for filing the H-1B cap-subject petition will be at least 90 days. Online filing is not available for H-1B petitions, so petitioners filing H-1B petitions must do so by paper. Petitioners must include a printed copy of the applicable registration selection notice with the FY 2022 H-1B cap-subject petition.

Petitioners filing H-1B cap-subject petitions, including those petitions eligible for the advanced degree exemption, must still establish eligibility for petition approval at the time the petition is filed and through adjudication, based on existing statutory and regulatory requirements. Selection in the registration process does not relieve the petitioner from submitting evidence or otherwise establishing eligibility, as registration only pertains to eligibility to file the H-1B cap-subject petition.

For more information, visit the H-1B Cap Season page.

Sours: https://www.uscis.gov/news/alerts/fy-2022-h-1b-cap-season-updates
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How to register for an H-1B Visa electronically

H-1B visais the most sought after employment based visa to work in the United States. Each year 85,000 people are selected from a pool of applicants through a random selection process which is known as H-1B Visa Lottery.

To save time and overall cost for the application process, USCISmade the registration process online in 2020.

Follow the below steps to register for H-1B Visa electronically:

The first step to apply for the H-1B visa Lottery process is to complete the electronic registration. This is the link https://myaccount.uscis.gov/users/sign_upwhich will take you to USCIS Sign Up page. The petitioning employer/registrant has to create an account on the USCIS website as a ‘new registrant’ and pay a non-refundable $10 registration fee.

Also Read: What is an H-1B Visa? Here's everything you need to know

Details to be filled:
  • The official name of the sponsoring company
  • Address of the sponsoring company
  • Employer Identification Number of the sponsoring company
  • Official name (as it appears on the passport) of the H-1B beneficiary employee
  • Gender & date of birth of the H-1B beneficiary employee
  • Country of birth & citizenship of the employee
  • Passport number of the H-1B beneficiary
  • Eligibility for U.S. Masters H1B Quota (if applicable).
After registering online, you will be notified whether you have been selected in the lottery or not electronically. If selected, then the next step is to submit the formal and detailed H-1B petitions to the USCIS which should be completed in 90 days.

The initial registration period for FY 2022 will open at noon Eastern Time (ET) on March 9 and run through noon ET on March 25. Both representatives and registrants must wait until March 9 to create and complete H-1B registrations.

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  1. What is H-1B cap registration?

Back in January 2019, USCIS announced that it was planning to create a new pre-filing registration process for the H-1B cap, significantly changing the way the H-1B cap application process is conducted. USCIS suspended implementation of the new registration process in 2019 (Fiscal Year 2020), but USCIS did implement the new H-1B cap registration process for the first time last year (Fiscal Year 2021), making this year (Fiscal Year 2022) the second year of the H-1B registration program.

USCIS recently confirmed the details for the FY 2022 H-1B cap registration period, which will be open from March 9, 2021 to March 25, 2021.

2. How will the new H-1B cap registration process work?

In past years, employers were required to submit fully-completed H-1B petitions on April 1 and USCIS was required to accept H-1B petition filings for at least a five-day period. For the past several years, USCIS received significantly more than 85,000 H-1B petitions during the five-day H-1B cap (last year over 190,000 H-1B cap petitions were filed), so it would conduct a random selection process (also known as the H-1B Cap Lottery) to determine which H-1B petitions would be processed for the available 85,000 available H-1B cap slots.

Under the new H-1B registration process, employers are now required to submit a registration via an online USCIS portal for each employee they desire to be entered into the H-1B lottery selection process, before any H-1B petition is filed with USCIS. There is a $10 non-refundable registration fee for each employee and there is a limited window of time in during which registrations can be submitted. Once the registration window is closed, USCIS will randomly select 85,000 registrants from the pool of all registrations received and then notify the registering employers that they can proceed with filing an H-1B petition for the selected employee.

3. When can H-1B cap registrations be submitted and how do you register?

USCIS has confirmed that the registration period for this year’s FY 2022 H-1B Cap will be March 9 - March 25, 2021. Although the registration regulations authorize USCIS to extend the registration period if necessary if there are technical issues with the registration system, or if it does not receive enough registrations initially to meet the annual quotas (which is not likely), employers should plan for the registration period to end on March 25, 2021.  All registrations will be required to be submitted using the USCIS online portal.

4. What information must employers provide as part of the H-1B cap registration process?

USCIS requires the following information to register an employee for the H-1B cap lottery:

Employer Information

  • Legal name of the petitioning company

  • The Doing Business As (DBA) names of the petitioning company, if applicable

  • Employer identification number (EIN) of the petitioning company

  • Primary U.S. office address of the petitioning company

  • Legal name, title, and contact information (daytime phone number and email address) of the authorized signatory

Employee Information

  • Employee’s full legal name

  • Employee’s gender

  • Does the employee have a master’s or higher degree from a U.S. institution of higher education? (to confirm if they are eligible for the Master’s Cap)

  • Employee’s date of birth

  • Employee’s country of birth

  • Employee’s country of citizenship

  • Employee’s passport number

5. Can attorneys submit H-1B cap registration on behalf of their employer clients?

Yes, attorneys can submit H-1B registrations, and pay the H-1B registration fees, for employer clients, as long as a G-28 Attorney Representative Form is provided to USCIS.

6. What attestations are employers required to make when submitting an H-1B cap registration?

The employer’s authorized signatory will be required to certify that all of the information contained in the registration is accurate and that the employer intends to file an H-1B petition on behalf of the employee named in the registration if they are selected.

7. Is there a limit on how many registrations an employer can submit?

No. There is no specific numerical limit on how may employees an employer can register for the H-1B cap. Keep in mind however, that employers should only register employees for whom they have an actual job opportunity, since they are attesting that they intend to file an H-1B petition for the employee if selected. USCIS has suggested that employers who register employees, but then do not ultimately file H-1B cap applications for those employees if selected, may be investigated to determine if their actions demonstrate a pattern and practice of potential abuse of the registration system, in which case they could be subject to monetary fines or criminal penalties for making false statements and misrepresentations to the government.

8. Can an employer submit more than one registration for an individual employee?

No. Employers can only submit one registration for a particular employee. USCIS has indicated that if an employer submits multiple registrations for the same employee, all registrations for that employee will be rejected.

9. When will the selection process be conducted?

USCIS has indicated that they will conduct the random selection process to determine which 85,000 registrants can proceed with an H-1B cap petition immediately after the registration period closes, and that it intends to notify employers which of their employees have been selected no later than March 31, 2020. USCIS will notify employers by sending electronic selection notices that confirm that the employer may file an H-1B cap-subject petition on behalf of the foreign national employee named in the notice.

10. If an employee’s registration is selected, when does the employer file the H-1B cap petition?

The regulations require USCIS to establish a period of at least 90 days in which employers must file H-1B cap petitions for selected in the registration process. USCIS is expected to announce the exact filing period dates in the coming weeks, but it is anticipated that the petition filing period will begin on April 1, 2021.   

11. If an employee’s registration is selected, can the employee pay the H-1B application filing fees and attorney fees?

No.If an employee’s registration is selected, the employer is required by law to pay all H-1B application fees.

12. Can H-1B cap applications be filed using Premium Processing?

Not sure yet. USCIS has not yet announced whether premium processing will be available for H-1B cap petitions. Typically, USCIS does not make a decision as to the availability of premium processing until shortly before the cap filing season.

13. Is the new H-1B cap registration process a good thing for employers?

Yes. Under the new H-1B cap registration program, employers now submit fully-prepared H-1B petitions only for those employees whose registrations have been selected. Compared to the old system, where employers had to submit fully-prepared H-1B petitions for all employees it was seeking to enter into the H-1B cap lottery even though only 30-40% would be selected for processing, the new registration system will save employers time (by allowing them to focus on collecting full documentation only for selected employees) and money (they will only have to pay attorney fees for H-1B petitions filed for selected employees). So from that perspective, the new H-1B cap registration process is beneficial for employers, and it also saves government resources, which hopefully leads to more streamlined application processing.

However, because the financial barrier to submitting an H-1B cap registration is low (only $10 per registration), it’s possible that the total number of registrations submitted for potential H-1B employees will be higher, which means an employer’s chances of having their employees selected for an H-1B cap number may be lower than in past years. That said, this did not seem to be a concern in the first year of the registration program.

14. If you are an individual without a relationship with a US employer, can Ellis Porter help match you with an employer?

No. Our H-1B Cap registration service does not include helping individuals find jobs with US sponsoring employers. We are only able to work with US employers who have identified an employee who they want to register for the H-1B cap.

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