Obtaining an entry level H-1B can be difficult under current USCIS policy, especially for entities with small U.S. operations. USCIS is concerned that with small operations, foreign nationals may be required to perform administrative duties, which may not require a college degree. When the position is entry-level, USCIS tends to become more concerned that the job duties will be administrative. Despite this, Miller Mayer attorney’s David Wilks and Xiayue (Summer) Yin successfully guided a two-person subsidiary of a large Chinese e-commerce company in obtaining H-1B status for a new Financial Analyst. This case was approved without a Request for Evidence from USCIS.If you are interested in seeing if an H-1B visa is right for your company, please schedule a consultation.