"What are the common reasons to why visas are rejected, and when are clients advised to file a petition against their rejection?
Employment-based visa filing is a numbers game. The majority of the H1B and L1 visas are filed by a fewer than a 100 larger firms, with the smaller companies filing less than 1000 petitions each annually. A visa for an IT professional with a Master’s degree being filed by a well-funded Fortune 100 company has an extremely small chance of being rejected. When the company is filing thousands of petitions for the same exact position, it is fairly easy to copy and paste from the first, well-drafted petition to the others without actually having to understand the underlying legal requirements. Therefore, most of these companies have economized by retaining para professionals or entry-level attorneys to file their petitions."
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