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October 07, 2006

FAQ: How do you apply for a H1B1 visa for Singaporeans? How is this different from the H1B visa?

Here is a question I received from Yahoo;

How do you apply for a H1B1 visa for Singaporeans? How is this different from the H1B visa?

Answer;

To receive an H1B1 visa which is valid for one year and may be re-newed you do the following;

1. be within the Professions which meet the definition of "specialty occupation" or have a 4 year degree as defined with the Free Trade Agreement or submit proof of alternative credentials.
2. Have a job offer letter from an employer
3. Have proof of labor attestation
4. Pay filing fees when you apply outside or inside the U.S.

This is a brief outline of how you appply for the H-1B1.

The H-1B1 is different from the H-1B in that it is currently available and open only to persons from Singapore or Chile. If you need more information please contact me.
MRVISA

Posted by VisaLawyer at October 7, 2006 07:49 AM

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