Services (USCIS) office asks for additional information that will supplement the application of an H-1B visa. One of these supplemental documents can be in the form of a business plan. A professional Visa business plan writer will increase the chances of an approved application with the USCIS office.
When developing a business plan for an H-1B Visa, a business plan writer should be sure that the applicant meets the criteria set forth by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services office. The first questions you want to ask is whether or not the applicant has a bachelor degree or equivalent and if they will be working in a specialty occupation, and will they be earning a wage. If the answer is yes to most of these questions then the next process will be to
determine if they meet the eligibility requirements.
There are five requirements that need to be met in order for a visa application for an H-1B visa to be approved. Requirement number one states that you must have an employer employee relationship with the petitioning U.S. employer. Remember that an H-1B Visa is a Visa that allows entry into the United States for specialty occupations, Department of Defense Cooperative research and development project workers as well as fashion models. You must fall into one of these categories in order to be even considered for an H-1B visa. Requirements state that the job must qualify as a specialty occupation by meaning of one of the Specified criteria. In general the occupation must be of the nature that the specific duties is so specialized and complex that the knowledge required to perform the duties is usually associated with the attainment of a bachelor's degree or higher or so individualized that only the application can perform the job. Requirement #3 states that the job must be in the specialty occupation related to the field of study. This means that the
occupation must be related to the bachelor's degree or education that the applicant has obtained.
Requirement #4 states that the applicant must be paid at least the actual or prevailing wage for the occupation; whichever is higher. And requirement #5 states that an H-1B Visa number must be available at the time of the filing of the petition, unless the position is exempt numerical limits. Currently in the United States government only allows 65,000 Visas for the H-1B classification per fiscal year.
When a business plan writer sets out to develop a business plan for an H-1B Visa, they should take a persuasive tone and it should be clear in the management section the education level of the Visa
applicant. Proving that the degree is related to a specialty occupation and that the visa application is indeed working in a specialty occupation upon the arrival within the United States, the business plan should state the occupation and how the applicant is uniquely qualified for the job within the United States. The financial projections should also state the wages the visa applicant will be paid and this wage should be higher or equal to the prevailing wage that is normally paid for a similar occupation .
In-depth financial projections or stating the business model is not necessary in an H-1B visa application since the applicant is not starting a business. The organizational chart and description of the applicants in the management section is more important since the purpose of the application is to allow a foreigner to enter the country to work in a specialized profession. This means due care should
be taken to ensure that the business plan reader understands that the occupation that will be held by the applicant is extremely specialized.
If you are seeking a professional business plan writer to develop an H-1B Visa business plan to supplement the H-1B visa application; then you have hit the jackpot. Nicholas Coriano has developed over 200 business plans for clients on five continents and has worked with legal professionals to help their clients develop the supplemental documents and business plans that helped their visa pplications get approved. As a business plan writer for immigration visas, Nicholas Coriano is timely, cost-effective and professional. If you need an H-1B visa business plan please call or text Nick at 203-685-0346