How to Overcome H-1B Visa Challenges for Marketing Employees

H1-B is a “specialty occupation” work visa, which means it is only available for a position that can be considered a “specialty occupation” as defined by the statute and regulations. It is especially difficult to obtain H-1B visas for marketing positions, as the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) primarily considers them administrative and thus not requiring degrees in specific specialties.

Based on my experience of overcoming a challenging Request for Evidence (RFE) process for a Brand Manager position, here are the key points for employers and employees to consider when pursuing H-1B visas for marketing professionals:
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