Fast Track to Obtain H-1B Visa is reactivated
Just four months after suspending the fast track procedure to obtain H-1B visas, USCIS reactivated this service as of last Monday, June 26.
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) said it had restarted the priority processing of these visas for two groups of medical professionals under the Conrad 30 Exemptions program and for foreign professionals required by government agencies.
The Conrad 30 program authorizes some doctors to remain in U.S. territory with a temporary visa, after completing their medical training, to work in rural and urban areas where there is a shortage of doctors. USCIS notified that doctors who comply with the requirements of the Conrad 30 program may complete and submit form I- 60+ 7 express” processing for the H-1B visa, rather than through the normal Form 1-209.
The reimplementation of the fast track procedure for petitioners of the H-1B visa will facilitate the entry of professionals that are needed in areas of the nation where there is a shortage of these professionals.
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