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Will H1b lottery be affected by Coronavirus

Will H1B 2020-21 lottery be affected by Coronavirus Recession?

Written by Anil Gupta
  By Anil Gupta      Updated  25 Mar, 20
 

USCIS is working and no news of closing or delaying H1B lottery in April 2020. Economic recession may affect H1B jobs with airlines announcing job cuts.

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USCIS says Coronavirus treatment is not a public charge

USCIS: CoronaVirus Treatment will not Count as Public Charge

Written by Anil Gupta
  By Anil Gupta      Updated  15 Mar, 20
 

USCIS will not count Coronavirus treatment, vaccine, tests, scans, cash benefits, medicaid as public charge for green card. Keep proof of state, employer office closures & cash, food benefits.

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USCIS is open in Coronavirus national emergency

Has USCIS Stopped Processing Due to Trump’s National Emergency?

Written by Anil Gupta
  By Anil Gupta      Updated  20 Mar, 20
 

USCIS service centers are open and processing H1B, H4, L1, L2, EAD applications. No need to panic. USCIS has not closed due to Trump's National emergency.

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US embassy in India cancels all visa stamping appointments

CoronaVirus: US Embassy in India Cancels All Visa Stamping Appointments

Written by Anil Gupta
  By Anil Gupta      Updated  18 Mar, 20
 

US Embassy in India has cancelled all visa stamping interview appointments starting Mar 16, 2020. Restart date will be notified later when situation improves.

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USCIS h1b processing time at California Service Center on Mar 12, 2020

USCIS Remote Work Program to Avoid Processing Delays in CoronaVirus?

Written by Anil Gupta
  By Anil Gupta      Updated  12 Mar, 20
 

USCIS looking to start remote work program for their employees. B1/B2 extensions can be filed with Coronavirus travel bans. Expect delays in receipt number generation.

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H1B Corona Virus Effects

H1B Work from Home in CoronaVirus? Is LCA or Amendment Required?

Written by Anil Gupta
  By Anil Gupta      Updated  22 Mar, 20
 

H1B can work from home if employer closes office due to CoronaVirus. Post LCA at home within same MSA within 30 days. Do not travel outside US - coming back difficult.

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