H1B visa information, Travel Insurance for H1B visa holders
In America some of the temporary work visa categories require your prospective employer to obtain a labor certification or other approval from the Department of Labor filing the petition for a Non-immigrant Worker, Form I-129 with USCIS. Whether the labor certification is required for you will be reviewed by your employer as per the instructions on Form I-129. The employer must fill this form on your behalf and be approved by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). After approving the petition the USCIS will send your employer Notice of Action, Form I-797.
It is reported that recently when USCIS started receiving the applications for H1B visa for the fiscal year 2014, it received 50,000 packages on the day 1 itself. This reflects a sudden resurgence in interest in the most sought after work visa offered by the United States. Though the USCIS has not officially come out with the numbers, the above information is according to FCi Federal, a Virginia based government services and technology provider. According to Congressional approved mandate USCIS can reward a maximum of 65,000 H1_B visas for the fiscal year 2014 which will begin from October 1, 2013.