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USCIS Memo on 3rd party Placement of H1B Workers

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This week, Murthy Law Firm attorneys will answer questions regarding the new USCIS policy memo on third-party placement of H1B workers.

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Thank you for above topic.

I'm going to join Employer A on receipt notice and Employer A provides staffing to company B. Company B provides consultancy to client.

After one year Employer A will allow me to join company B on full time. Could you please help me to understand if there is an issue for this model due to below notice from USCIS?

https://www.uscis.gov/news/news-releases/uscis-strengthens-protections-combat-h-1b-abuses

Appreciate your help.

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13 hours ago, user0522 said:

Thank you for above topic.

I'm going to join Employer A on receipt notice and Employer A provides staffing to company B. Company B provides consultancy to client.

After one year Employer A will allow me to join company B on full time. Could you please help me to understand if there is an issue for this model due to below notice from USCIS?

https://www.uscis.gov/news/news-releases/uscis-strengthens-protections-combat-h-1b-abuses

Appreciate your help.

This issue is nuanced and therefore it is advisable to call our office and speak to one of our attorneys regarding the details of USCIS's guidance. 

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