Retaining Employees Not Selected for H-1B Filing in 2020 H-1B Cap

FORMAT: Live Webinar, Available Nationwide
COST: $249.00


U.S. employers stand to lose highly qualified professionals needed in essential businesses in cases where their international employees were not selected for 2020 H-1B Cap filing. This causes employers to scramble and consider outsourcing jobs abroad, which not their preferred outcome.  This training outlines additional viable options available to employers to continue employing workers in the US. 

** $249 per participant.  Corporate group rates and discounts for additional participants available by emailing Training@usimmigrationcompliance.com.  Each Paid participant will receive a training certificate after completion of the class. 


** Sharing login information with non-paying participants is strictly prohibited.  CICI reserves the right to cancel the training at any time without refund for non-compliance with this policy.


  • Introduction.

  • Employer’s H-1B candidates has not been selected in H-1B Lottery, what now?

  • Employer’s Options to continue employing F-1 International Students with OPT Employment.

  • Authorization Documents, STEM EADs, and CPT.

  • Employer’s Options regarding TN-eligible Canadian and Mexican employees.

  • Employer’s Options regarding  E-3 eligible Australian employees.

  • Employer’s Options regarding H-1B1 Singaporean and Chilean employees.

  • Multi-national Employer Options.

  • Other visa and permanent options.

  • Timeframe.

  • Q & A.

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Our programs are flexible and we are happy to adapt any seminar to meet your business' specific needs

Corporate Immigration Compliance Institute does not provide legal advice or engage in the practice of law. The information provided during training and included in the training materials is general information on the topics covered; it not intended to be a fully comprehensive analysis of the subjects addressed. If you have questions about specific applicability of laws, rules and regulations to your specific situation, or other questions of a legal nature, those questions should be directed to your legal counsel.