To get a US h1b visa (also known as h1b签证), luck accounts for a large portion because H1B applications require a lottery ( also known as h1b 抽签). However, the application materials (also known as h1b签证材料), for H1B visas must be carefully prepared, because H1B needs to go through the official written review of your application materials after signing, so be sure to communicate with your lawyer 移民律师. In 2019, H1B will experience H1B reform (also known as h1b改革), the H1B denied rate will increase, H1B extension (h1b 延期) may be even harder to apply, so it is better to consult immigration lawyer before you apply. If you have outstanding talents and outstanding achievements in science, art, education, business, sports, film and television, you can also apply for this mysterious O1 visa (also known as o1签证) to work in the United States! Today, we will talk to you about the O1 outstanding talent visa application.
The New York Times reported on November 24, 2017 the true story of a Stanford student who failed to apply for an H1B visa:
The protagonist of the story is Frida Yu, a lawyer and an entrepreneur. Yu earned a law degree from China and Oxford University, worked as a lawyer in a top international law firm in Hong Kong, and went to Stanford University three years ago to pursue an MBA. After graduation, he joined a startup company. Like other international students, Yu hopes to stay in the US through an H1B visa. Yu took the H1B quota but was rejected at the RFE stage. The reason for the RFE is “Specialty Occupation”. Yu said that his work involves artificial intelligence and big data, and his letters of recommendation came from industry authorities and senior venture capitalists, as well as a Nobel laureate, but the evidence did not convince the Immigration Service. His H1B application is denied (also known as h1b被拒)
From the story of Frida Yu, you can figure out the current status of international students who want to stay in the US. Even if you are very good, even if you have a good job, you may not get a H1B work visa, and then you can’t stay in the US. But in fact, if you can’t get the H1B visa, the F1 status will soon expire. As long as you meet the corresponding requirements, you can consider converting to other status and staying in the US.