USCIS announces H-1B cap Registration Process Timeline

USCIS announces the FY 2022 H-1B cap registration process Timelines:

​March 9, 2021:

– The initial registration period for FY2022 H-1B cap will start at 1200 Hrs (EST) on March 9, 2021.

March 25, 2021:

– The initial registration period for FY2022 H-1B cap will end at 1200 Hrs (EST) on March 25.

– Within this period of noon of March 9 to noon of March 25, 2021, the prospective H-1B cap subject Employers or their representatives are expected to register the petitioner and beneficiary information, using USCIS online account and Registration fee.

– Upon receiving sufficient annual limit for H-1B registrations by March 25, USCIS will conduct random select process.

March 31, 2021:

– The selection notifications will be sent via users’ USCIS online accounts, by March 31.

H‐1B cap‐subject petitions may only be filed by the petitioners for beneficiaries, who were selected in this H‐1B registration process.

This announcement is preceded with the USCIS notification of postponement of effective date H-1B selection process final rule announced on Jan. 7,2021.

These two notifications confirmed theFY2022 H-1B cap selection process to be similar to that of the FY2021 and effectively delaying the implementation of the wage-based H-1B selection system.

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