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    Hi,

    My H-1b was picked and got a denial notice on August 8th. The reason for the denial was the number of Vendors between Employer and the Client which was 2.
    My employer is saying that he will appeal the Decision with further supporting documents. What are the chances of getting the appeal successful and getting my H-1b approved. Please help me with your suggestions.

    Thank you.

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      • #4
        Sorry abt the denial. But the approval would be entirely based on how strong the documentation would be. As long ur attorney is strong and has a logical way of putting things together, you should hear a positive response.

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        • #5
          Did you submit end client letter with job duties included? If not try to get one before going to appeal that would ease the process besides supporting documents.

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          • #6
            sorry about ur case bro. now they are finding new reasons to reject h1

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            • #7
              Waste of an h1b

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              • #8
                Getting approval for mtr is tough... Talk to a good attorney and ask for suggestions on how to proceed with the case... Good luck

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                • #9
                  so what happens with the ones that don't get picked... those h1b1's are just not given to anyone?

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                  • #10
                    I am an immigration attorney and have helped clients fight a denial. You need to see whether the original documentation was correct, and if there was uscis error in dending it. The basis for a denial are crucial. Julie - the H1B applications that don't get picked in the lottery never get adjudicated unless uscis reincirporates them after denials.

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                    • #11
                      Hi,Ram
                      Can you provide your contact number.I will give a call...

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by RAM123 View Post
                        Hi,

                        My H-1b was picked and got a denial notice on August 8th. The reason for the denial was the number of Vendors between Employer and the Client which was 2.
                        My employer is saying that he will appeal the Decision with further supporting documents. What are the chances of getting the appeal successful and getting my H-1b approved. Please help me with your suggestions.

                        Thank you.
                        There can be multiple vendors in between, as there is no official limit. As long as the employer can prove that there is a valid employer-employee relationship between the petitioner and the beneficiary, the H-1B can theoretically be approved. There is no way to judge the chance of success without more information about your case, such as what documents were submitted, and what information were provided to USCIS.

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