2022 H1B Lottery Pricing
Get your registration done right and save the rest for later.
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Document review to ensure accurate registration
We guarantee to start your case in April if you are selected in the lottery. We will accept new cases for which we didn't prepare the registration depending on our capacity after handling priority cases.Priority processing after lottery +
All-in cost if selected: $3000 attorney fee + government filing fees of either $1710 or $2460 depending on company size.Full case prepared for an additional $2500 after lottery +
1. You want to complete required due diligence and ensure your registration is done right. 2. You are willing to bear the risk that the required H1B wage may have increased by the time you file the LCA after lottery selection. 3. You don't have an urgent need to file early in April. (We will start your case in April, but the need to obtain LCA certification will delay our ability to file the H1B application.)Who should select this option? +
Recommended! Avoid the risk of future wage hikes in a volatile H1B climate.
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Everything in Basic Registration
Once the Department of Labor certifies the LCA, the H1B wage is locked in for three years. DOL has recently made numerous attempts to increase H1B wages. Filing your LCA now protects you from future increases.Labor Condition Application Certification +
All-in cost if selected: $2750 + government filing fees of either $1710 or $2460 depending on company size.Full case prepared for an additional $1250 after lottery. +
Prepare the complete application up front, ready to mail on April 1.
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Everything in LCA Lock-In
Complete Evidence Preparation
Complete Application ready prior to April 1
All-in cost if selected: $2250 + government filing fees of either $1710 or $2460 depending on company size.No additional charge after lottery +
1. You need to file during the first half of April if selected. (This is critical when the employee's OPT is expiring in April and a quick filing will be necessary to secure a "cap-gap" OPT extension.) 2. You would prefer to pay more up front for the chance of significantly reducing your all-in cost if selected.Who should select this option? +