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10 What These Numbers Mean for Employers • Expect longer wait times after your foreign national employee's H-1B cap petition is filed • Costs associated with filing a H-1B cap petition will likely increase • USCIS typically issues a response within 60 days of responding to an RFE, though this is not a regulatory requirement. In some cases, this can take longer than 60 days • Many transfers now prefer to wait until approval to begin working for the new employer instead of taking advantage of the legal ability to work upon receipt • Increase in uncertainty and apprehension about filings among foreign national employees

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