H-1B Cap Reached for Fiscal Year 2010

The United States CitizenshipThe country in which a person is born (and has not renounced or lost citizenship) or naturalized and to which that person owes allegiance and by which he or she is entitled to be protected. and Immigration Service (USCIS) has announced that the H-1B cap for Fiscal YearCurrently, the twelve-month period beginning October 1 and ending September 30. Historically, until...
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62,900 H-1Bs as of December 11th

As of December 11, 2009, approximately 62.900 H-1B cap-subject petitions had been filed.  The federally mandated cap for Fiscal YearCurrently, the twelve-month period beginning October 1 and ending September 30. Historically, until 1831 and from 1843-49, the twelve-month period ending September 30 of the respective year; from 1832-42 and 1850-67, ending December 31 of the...
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H-1B Cap Count at 61,100 as of Dec. 4

As of December 4, 2009, approximately 61,100 H-1B cap-subject petitions had been filed.  The federally mandated cap for Fiscal YearCurrently, the twelve-month period beginning October 1 and ending September 30. Historically, until 1831 and from 1843-49, the twelve-month period ending September 30 of the respective year; from 1832-42 and 1850-67, ending December 31 of the...
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Auction to Benefit Tammy Lynn Center for Developmental Disabilities

Are any of our readers Carolina Hurricanes fans? Do you want to own a pair of Eric Staal’s signed hockey skates? In conjunction with the Canadian Expat Network (www.canadianexpatnetwork.com), our law firm is auctioning off a pair of game-worn/signed hockey skates by Eric Staal, a star forward with the 2006 Stanley Cup winning Carolina Hurricanes.  These skates are from the Carolina...
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H-1B Cap Count at 58,900

As of November 27, 2009, approximately 58,900 H-1B cap-subject petitions had been filed.  The federally mandated cap for Fiscal YearCurrently, the twelve-month period beginning October 1 and ending September 30. Historically, until 1831 and from 1843-49, the twelve-month period ending September 30 of the respective year; from 1832-42 and 1850-67, ending December 31 of the...
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