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Hi this is strong already along with me is Emilie Newman there here live to give you immigration updates as usual we do have a Facebook and YouTube live every Tuesday at 5:00 Central Time along with me is M Lehmann Emily we have a lot of new updates that's going on with the cold too with the premium processing the administration tweeting so what are you going to present today yeah so we're going to be talking about premium processing what cases can now be filed in premium processing for h-1bs as well as whether you should upgrade to premium processing will be discussing several areas of litigation we have three court cases going on that impact employment base and high-skilled immigration those are referring to the h4 EAD the stem opt for f1 students as well as the unlawful presence memo regarding f1 students so we'll go through what the latest is on in all of that litigation and when you can expect news from that we're also going to be talking about upcoming Visa Bulletin what we can expect over the next couple of months and answer your questions live if for some reason we're not able to get to your question or you want more information you can always join one of our daily conference calls you can get the dialing information in the schedule for that by going to our end Law Group comm and if you would like more information and to discuss your specific situation you can always set up a consultation with any of our attorneys by going to our n Law Group comm and clicking on consultation so first step we got to the announcement that premium processing was going to be back but only for certain types of cases can you give us an update on which cases are now eligible for premium processing right now only cases which are being filed in the Cota that is in April of 2018 are eligible for the premium processing that's starting from yesterday onwards these premium processing are allowed even if you have an RFP response do you you can up when you respond to the RF e if you have already respond to the RF e or if your case is not yet do for the RF e have not been adjudicated you can still upgrade to premium processing at this point of time only for the new quota cases now you guys might already know that premium processing is allowed for the extension cases not extension with amendment just extension now having said that there are a couple of cases we are still not eligible for premium processing one is if the come if the person has applied for change of status from H one from one company to another company you will not be allowed to do the premium processing right now if you have filed an amendment plus extension at this point of time you can still

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How is your life as a H1-B visa holder?
April 2013,Seattle, WA.Amazon had filed for my initial H1B as soon as I graduated and I was among the lucky folks who got approved in the very first attempt, since it is a lottery system there are never any guarantees so I was thankful to get the hassle over with. I’ve spent the last 6 years on the visa and will probably spend a fair few more before my green card processing is complete.My experience as an H1-B visa holder seems to be almost the opposite of what many answers to this question have described, that was one of the reasons I chose to write about it. I’ve worked at Amazon as an SDE and at Microsoft as a PM, at both these jobs, people have always treated me with love and respect. I have NEVER felt discriminated against even in the slightest, in fact, most people trust you more because you’ve worked harder than many to get to where you are. Even outside of work, people in Seattle have always been very friendly and welcoming, and, most people are interested in hearing your stories and journey from back home.I am able to travel abroad and fly back to India whenever I like, barring a couple of months every three years when I need to get my visa renewed, there is some paperwork involved here that the lawyers completely take care of and my only job in it all is to go get my visa stamped at the consulate. I pay the same taxes as any resident, enjoy all the same rights and privileges (except voting and jury duty) and live the same quality of life as any other regular citizen. When I purchased automobiles and property, banks never hesitated to give me a loan, on the contrary, I was always offered significantly better interest rates because I worked for a “preferred employer”. H1-B visa holders in hubs like Seattle, the Bay Area, New York, Chicago, Boston, Austin, Atlanta, etc. are very respected members of the community, they bring in jobs, they bring in money, they enrich the overall economy.Sure there is some angst in the minds of the old timer locals who were displaced, many who used to live in the quaint and quiet little town by the lake called Seattle 12 years ago despite the large corporations and the people who work there because they were the reason they got displaced from their homes. But this is a relatively small number, the huge influx of H1-B workers in the above hubs has created so many jobs in the service and property markets that most people are thrilled by your existence and value you.How is your life as an H1-B visa holder?I work a job that I absolutely love with some of the most brilliant people in the world as co-workers and mentors, the learning opportunities are beyond anything I could ever have hoped for.I earn more money than I know how to spend which gives me the opportunity to invest and save for my future and any unforeseeable circumstances that might arise.I feel extremely safe in my city, I’m treated with so much love and respect everywhere I go and I have the opportunity to interact with people from all over the world in this diverse cultural melting pot.I pay my taxes and enjoy my privileges as a resident, the infrastructure is spectacular, the local and federal governing bodies take care of everything I need and care about right from roads, water, electricity, internet, parks, hiking trails, forests and about a dozen other things.I have a circle of friends and family in my city who I share my journey with, we ride the highs and the lows together and have grown bonds that tie us together through the good times and the bad. Sure I miss my friends and family back home in India, but never once have I felt lonely or isolated, never have I felt like a stranger in a strange land.I am HAPPY. Yes there is a little element of uncertainty that comes with changing governments, yes there is some extra paperwork I need to do every three years, yes there is the possibility that I might someday be asked to pack up and leave, but those are things that are beyond my control so I see no point in complaining about them, they are the tradeoff, the tax you pay as an H1-B visa holder for all the privileges that it offers you.The climb to the summit is always one step at a time, might as well enjoy the steps.Note: I will write separate answers about the procedure to get your first H1B as well as renewals, RFEs and what they mean, the various pros and cons of being on H1B, etc. since clearly many people are interested in this information.In case we haven’t met before, I’m Rohan Kamath.Thank you for reading. I hope I could help you ponder today. :)
How long does it take to get a receipt if I have filed a H1B transfer in premium processing?
Premium Processing has been suspended (USCIS Temporarily Suspends Premium Processing for Extension of Stay H-1B Petitions) for most H-1B petitions with an extension of status request.  Generally, you can rely on USCIS having received a petition if you follow the FedEx tracking, but the receipt notice is the only real “proof” that the petition has been received.  It usually takes about 1 week to get the receipt notice. If the petition was filed by Premium Processing and it was accepted, your employer or attorney may have already received an email from the service center by now.
Does the new premium processing suspension rules, which came out in August 2018, include the suspension of premium processing of the H1B visa transfer (change of employer) also until Feb 2019?
Yes the only exception is if you are working with same employer and seeking extension in the same project with same client then they will accept the premium processing. All other case like transfer, new job, change of project, same project but different location etc are suspended under the recent premium suspension.
How does eliminating premium processing influence the H1B backlog?
In May 2015, USCIS put a similar temporary ban on premium processing. It was due to surge in amendment filings by all H-1B employers, which was declared mandatory by USCIS. Prior to this rule, amendment filing was optional with change in end-client, location and workplace by an H-1B employer.USCIS did removed this ban within 2 months, but they were unable to clear the huge backlog on H-1B petitions (New, Transfers and Amendments). More delay with accumulated applications led to increase in premium filings. This further increased processing time on H-1B applications in regular filing and in-turn created more H-1B application backlog.This time they have put a ban for 6 months. So they have more buffer time to work exclusively on H-1B applications filed in regular mode, without being affected by large number of premium filed applications.
How do I know my H1b visa was upgraded to Premium Processing?
You should not be paying the premium processing fee. YOur employer should be paying that, but there are a lot of unscrupulous consultancies which make the employees pay for it. if that is the case, you should look for a better job at a reputed institution soon.
Will USCIS resume premium processing for new H1B extension/transfer petitions on February 19, 2019?
We certainly hope so! It’s not guaranteed, however, and they have missed their expected deadlines in the past.Last Spring, for example, they announced that they would suspend cap-subject H1B petitions filed during the first week of April 2018. They expected to reinstate premium processing on September 10, 2018. Instead, they not only extended the suspension but also expanded it to apply to a much wider range of H1B extension cases as well as the lottery cases that were initially impacted. They expected that this version of the suspension would last through February 19, 2019.As of January 28, 2019, they resumed premium processing for April 2018 lottery cases. Believe it or not, a significant number of these are still pending in 2019! This announcement applied only to lottery cases, however, so we’re still waiting for premium processing to come back for impacted transfer petitions. As we have seen, they are not bound to their estimated deadlines, but the fact that they have already reinstituted premium processing for lottery cases is hopefully a good sign.
What are the chances that the suspension of H1B premium processing will continue after February 19, 2019?
https://www.uscis.gov/news/alert...
Will it be tough to get H1B visa in near future?
As of today, it is really tough to get H1B. Because USCIS receives 200K+ applications every year. Out of which they pick up only 80K. How easy is it for your application to be one among those 80K?In fact in the coming years, the process is probably going to become easy.Let me explain. There is this new bill introduced in house that says an employee working on H1B must be paid 130K salary annually. There are 100s (if not 1000s) of consultancies and small companies in USA which employee foreign nationals on H1B. If this bill is passed, how many of these companies are going to bump the salary to 130K to retain their H1B employees? Not many. Thus the number of applications reduce by quite a bit. That means, there is not going to be a need for lottery anymore too.So, IF your employer is willing to pay you a good salary and is willing to apply for H1B, then it is going to be easy for you to get visa.some sources:H1B Visa and Minimum Salary of $130,000 – The Real MathThe H-1B Visa Revival Bill Has Increased The Minimum Salary Requirement To $ 130,000 And It's Not A Good ThingH-1B visa reform bill introduced in US House of Representatives - Times of India