Launch Your American Dream: The 2025 H-1B Visa Campaign

Are You Ready for the H-1B Visa Opportunity?

The initial registration period for the FY 2025 H-1B cap will open at noon Eastern on March 6, 2024, and run through noon Eastern on March 22, 2024. During this period, prospective petitioners and their representatives, if applicable, must use a USCIS online account to register each beneficiary electronically for the selection process and pay the associated registration fee for each beneficiary.   

The H-1B visa, a gateway for talented professionals to enrich their careers in the United States, is open for registration! This non-immigrant visa category allows foreign workers in specialty occupations to legally reside and work in the U.S., opening a world of opportunities in various professional fields

Why Act Now?

  • Timely Submission is Key: Navigating the H-1B visa process requires meticulous organization and adherence to deadlines. With the USCIS and Department of Labor involved, it's crucial to establish eligibility and prepare the necessary documents promptly.
  • Path to Your American Career: Once selected and approved, you could be working in the U.S. by October 1st, 2024.

Free Evaluation Offer: Ready to begin? Click here to send your information and resume for a complimentary evaluation!

H-1B for Employers – Where do I begin?

For employers unsure of how to begin to hire foreign nationals in a professional position, we are here to walk you through the process.

We have been providing H-1B immigration services to small employers looking for one or two H-1B employees as well as to larger companies whose businesses are dependent on H-1B employees and supplied through Vendor Management agreements.

If you would like to get started in determining if your position qualifies for an H-1B Visa, it could not be simpler. To read more, click here.


H-1B for Employees – Where do I begin?

Current H-1B visa-holders looking for assistance with a Transfer, Extension, an Amended or a Concurrent filing, we will walk you through the process.

Cap Subject H-1B

Students on F-1 and OPT (Optional Practical Training) and CPT (Curricular Practical Training) eager to launch their professional careers and just want to know “What are my chances?” of securing a H-1B visa and “Where do I begin?”, we are here to guide you on your way.

If you would like to get started with an H-1B Visa, it could not be simpler. To read more, click here.


Expertise Matters: The journey to H-1B approval is complex. That's why partnering with an experienced business immigration attorney is vital. The Law Offices of Keshab Raj Seadie, P.C., with a track record of over 75,000 successfully filed H-1B visas, stands ready to guide you.

Who Can Apply?

  • This category includes software professionals, investment bankers, doctors, therapists, nurses, medical technologists, hotel and restaurant managers, accountants, financial analysts, management analysts, lawyers, and more.
  • Essential Requirement: A U.S. bachelor's degree or its equivalent in the related field.

Need an Educational Evaluation? No problem! Law Offices of Keshab Raj Seadie, P.C. can request this for you, paving your path to H-1B visa opportunity.

Benefits for Your Family:

  • Thanks to the 2015 rule established by the Obama administration, dependents on H-4 visas can obtain employment authorization in the U.S., provided the principal applicant has an approved I-140 petition for a green card.

Questions? Assistance Needed?

  • Don't hesitate to call us at 212-571-602 or email [email protected] for personalized assistance.

Embark on your American journey with confidence. Good luck!

Read more on H-1B Visa Lottery and H-1B visa processing.

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