What Do Recent USCIS Changes in H-1B Standards Mean for Employers & Employees?


In January 2010, the USCIS released a memo defining the employer-employee relationship for the purposes of filing an H-1B application. This memo will have a significant impact on what employers, and especially information technology consulting companies, will have to prove in the H-1B application process.

This presentation is geared toward employers who hire professional workers under the H-1B program and are interested in learning more about the recently issued USCIS guidelines about the employer-employee relationship.

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