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FOREIGN STUDENTS NOT SELECTED IN H1B CAP LOTTERY STILL HAVE OPTIONS

 

In recent years, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has implemented a program whereby a randomized lottery determines which applicants will be eligible for H1B cap petitions. The initial selection process for fiscal year 2022 has now come to an end. If your name was not selected in this lottery, what can you do?

Washington Post Article: Advocates Warn “Dreamers” to Lie Low

Dreamer’s must not complete a Form I-9 for employment stating they have a right to work as a US Citizen. Dreamers should not use another person’s social security number. We may still advocate that a Dreamer file for DACA and employment authorization, but use our address.

Advocates Warn “Dreamers” to Lie Low

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/advocates-warn-dreamers-to-lie-low-as-trump-ramps-up-deportation-plans/2017/02/26/4483abaa-f1fd-11e6-b9c9-e83fce42fb61_story.html

This Washington Post article quotes AILA’s Director of Advocacy Greg Chen on the risks that undocumented immigrants face by enrolling in the DACA program in light of sweeping new enforcement guidelines from DHS Secretary John Kelly that aim to ramp up deportations.

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