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Tips for the 2023 (FY 2024) H-1B Lottery

An overview of what is the H-1B lottery, how the H-1B lottery process works, which employees might qualify and some key dates to consider for the FY2024 H-1B lottery

H-1B Cap 2023 (FY 2024) How the Process Works on Bridge

Discover what is the H-1B cap lottery process is and how it works on the Bridge platform.

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A to Z Guide for Aligning Immigration and People Operations

An HR guide for measuring immigration programs and helping People teams to benchmark their immigration function.

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USCIS Announces Third Round of H-1B Lottery Selections for FY 2022

On Nov 19th, USCIS announced that they will be conducting a third round of selections from the previously submitted second round of H-1B registrations from July 2021. The new filing period will begin on November 22nd and will close on February 23, 2022.

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Ticketing Feature Launch Creates Improved and Integrated Legal Accessibility

Unpredictable and lengthy wait times are anxiety-inducing for international employees and frustrating for People teams. By focusing on improving for Process Visibility, Self-service, and Legal Accessibility, we're excited to introduce a new Ticketing system that aims to continue to improve responsiveness and accuracy across all dimensions of your immigration function.

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Announcing Evidence + Records Feature Release

We’re excited to announce our new and improved workflows, starting with the H-1B, which aim to make data like immigration records and evidence more accessible, dynamic, and smarter. 

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White House to Lift COVID-19 Travel Restrictions on November 8th

On Friday, the White House announced that it will lift COVID-19 travel restrictions for fully vaccinated global citizens, ending historic restrictions that have barred many from entering the United States. While this last year has been quite testing, hopefully, this news will allow loved ones and foreign workers to reunite with families.

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