New H-1B visa policies and restrictions imposed by USCIS
As per new policies and restrictions implemented by the US Visa courts, there have been escalated rates of denials and approvals made for candidates. The USCIS authorities have yet to decide the fate of Immigrants seeking H-1B visa permit to work and stay in the US.
As per stats, in past time, the companies and applicants have faced escalated rates of approvals and denials within the Visa application made in the IT sector. Latest news also reveals that the major decision is yet to be carried out by the Judges.
The significant factor was pointed out by Judge Collyer stating that there could be distinct outcomes in each Visa application case for candidates who might have registered for H-1B visa application. The applications made during Trump’s administration are yet to face the trials in the court.
The current stats also revealed that over 94 percent of the Visa applications made during 2012-2017 was actually approved by the USCIS authorities. Apart from this the drop rate for the year 2017 – 2019 has been noted. Stats reveal that only 19 percent of Visa applications were actually approved during 2017 – 2019 period and Trump’s administration.
As per comments made by Bradler Banias and Jonathan Wasden – attorney it is obvious that the present authorities have not made any new changes to the model followed by the companies for Visa application. The authorities have only stated that new rules have been implemented in the Visa procedure across the US.
As per Judge, lawsuit faces three major issues including the fact that the government has yet to take any major decision relating the new rules and procedures for better outcomes. As per current structure, big companies may also have to face a 1 percent higher denial rate while for IT sector the rate could go as high as 34 to 80 percent.