Cap-Exempt H-1B Petition Approved Using Premium Processing
Our Philadelphia Immigration Lawyers represented one of the leading Hospitals in the United States that is a cap exempt H-1B employer due to its Cooperative Relationship with a University in the filing of a cap-exempt H-1B Petition for a Research Associate position. The Petition, requesting a change of status from L-2 to H-1B, was filed with the USCIS California Service Center via premium processing and was approved. The position required a Master’s Degree or its equivalent in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, physiology or a related filed and an academic degree equivalency evaluation was provided to demonstrate the Beneficiary’s qualifications for the position. The employer letter submitted with the Petition explained how the Beneficiary would use the research techniques learned in coursework at the Master’s Degree level to perform the scientific experiments required of the position.