Effective November 3, 2019, individuals applying for an immigrant visa abroad will be required to demonstrate they will be covered by approved health insurance, or have the financial resources to pay for health care costs in the U.S.
Every year, foreign nationals and employers anxiously await news of whether or not their cap-subject H-1B petitions were selected in the lottery. For fiscal year 2020, the wait is officially over.
To sponsor a foreign national worker for H-1B visa status, the H-1B employer must first submit a Labor Condition Application to the U.S. Department of Labor. So, what exactly is a Labor Condition Application?