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USCIS Clarifies How Loss of School Accreditation Impacts Master's Cap Eligibility

Jun 12, 2017

USCIS Clarifies How Loss of School Accreditation Impacts Master’s Cap Eligibility By Justin Kadich, Esq., Associate Attorney of the Nair Law Group, APC. Under the current law, 85,000 new H-1B visas are allotted under the cap each year and of this amount, 20,000 are reserved for foreign workers who have earned a U.S. Master’s degree or higher. In years where the demand overruns the supply and USCIS runs a lottery; the applications qualifying under the US Master’s degree is run… Read More