2024 H-1B Visa Cap Reached

As of December 13, 2023, the H-1B specialty occupation visa cap for the 2024 fiscal year has been maxed out. The threshold was 65,000 for the regular visa cap and an additional 20,000 for the H-1B visa advanced degree exemption. This year over 780,000 employers registered.

Non-recipients should have been notified in December and need to plan for alternative visa statuses, such as J-1 visa, E-3 visa, O-1 visa, and the TN visa.

The USCIS will continue to accept petitions regarding:

  • Change of employers
  • Change of terms of employment
  • Extensions of time
  • Extension of additional H-1B positions for current visa holders

Speak to an Immigration Employment Lawyer

With the USCIS attempting to change the H-1B application process, it is imperative to connect with an immigration employment lawyer. An immigration employment lawyer has the knowledge and expertise to secure the best possible chances of receiving an H-1B, and in cases of rejection, they can provide creative solutions to allow you to continue to work in the U.S.

Reeves Immigration Law Group has over 40 years of experience in handling all aspects of employment-based immigration. Our team of immigration employment lawyers will listen to your needs and tailor their approach to best achieve them.

Employees and employers who wish to connect with a legal representative regarding the H-1B cap should fill out our contact form.

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