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USCIS Accepts H-1B Petitions Without Certified LCA

November 14, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

Beginning November 5, 2009, USCIS began accepting H-1B petitions without a certified Labor Condition Application (LCA) as long proof of LCA filing is submitted showing that the LCA has been pending for at least 7 calendar days. This accommodation is offered by USCIS for a period of 120 days ending March 4, 2010. The acceptable evidence to show that the LCA is pending is a copy of the email giving notice of the receipt of LCA by Dept. of Labor. I wish USCIS extends this “generous accommodation” indefinitely to help H-1B transfers, last-minute extensions, and such similar unexpected filings.

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