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H-2B Employers: Rehired Workers Now Count Against the Cap

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services advised U.S. employers seeking H-2B visas that provisions allowing the rehiring of workers from previous years without being counted against the cap may not apply in 2017.

As of now, petitions requesting H-2B visas for workers who began or will begin working after Oct. 1, 2016, will be counted toward the fiscal 2017 cap.

USCIS further noted some workers, including current H-2B workers petitioning to extend their stay or switch employers, may be exempt from the annual cap.

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