Miatrai Brown, a renowned immigration attorney and founder of Direct U.S. Immigration, recently provided expert analysis in Law360’s publication regarding the revised Department of Labor (DOL) form and its impact on the 2018 H-1B cap season.
The H-1B visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows US companies to employ foreign workers in specialty occupations. Each year there is a cap on the number of H-1B visas that can be issued, hence the term ‘H-1B cap season’. The revised DOL form is expected to have a significant impact on this process.
In her analysis, Brown delved into the changes in the revised DOL form and how these changes could affect employers and H-1B visa applicants. She highlighted the increased complexity and additional requirements that the revised form brings, which could potentially make the H-1B application process more challenging for all parties involved.
One of the key points Brown made was about the additional information that employers are now required to provide on the DOL form. This includes detailed information about off-site employees and evidence of actual work assignments, which could increase scrutiny on employer-employee relationships.
Brown’s expert commentary elucidated the potential implications of the revised DOL form on the H-1B cap season. Her insights are invaluable for both immigration professionals and those seeking an H-1B visa, providing a clearer understanding of the challenges they might face.
This publication serves as a testament to Brown’s deep understanding of immigration policies and her ability to interpret their implications, making her a thought leader in the field of immigration law.