New H-1B Rule Change Likely to Save Time and Costs for Employers, Says Atlanta Partner
The federal government published its final rule amending the regulations that will govern petitions filed under the H-1B work visa lottery. But what impact will this rule change have on employers? In an interview with TechTarget, Atlanta partner Shanon Stevenson explained that the new process is "going to save employers time and money because they're not going to have to submit an H-1B petition for someone who isn't selected in the lottery." The new registration system, which will begin in the 2021 fiscal year, means an employer will be able to register a visa candidate in a visa lottery "without submitting a completed [visa] package," she added.
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