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USCIS announced that it may reconsider denials made on H-1B petitions if the denial was based on one of three rescinded policy memos.
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USCIS rescinded a 2017 memo on the adjudication of H-1B computer-related positions. The memo won't be applied to any new or pending requests for H-1B classification, including appeals of denials.
The DOL published the H-1B Prevailing Wage Final Rule in the Federal Register on Jan. 14, 2021. The agency outlined the rule’s phased implementation plan, with new wage levels effective Jul. 1, 2021.
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The H-1B visa is designated for individuals working in a specialty occupation that requires a specific skill set and background of specialized knowledge.