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H-1B PACKET (Revised: 10/2011)
 

Summary: H-1B PACKET
(Revised: 10/2011)
THIS PACKET CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING FORMS:

UVA DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR H-1B PETITION - CHECKLIST................................................................. 2
UVA DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR H-1B PETITION...................................................................................... 3
ACTUAL WAGE DETERMINATION............................................................................................................... 5
CIS SERVICE REQUEST SHEET (H-1B)........................................................................................................... 7
CONCURRENT FILING UVA & HSF SERVICE REQUEST SHEET (H-1B).......................................................... 8
DEPARTMENT SAMPLE LETTER FOR INITIAL H-1B PETITION ...................................................................... 10
DEPARTMENT SAMPLE LETTER FOR H-1B EXTENSION FILING................................................................... 11
DEPARTMENT SAMPLE LETTER FOR CONCURRENT UVA & HSF H-1B PETITION....................................... 12
EMPLOYEE INFORMATION H-1B CHECKLIST ......................................................................................... 13
EMPLOYEE INFORMATION (H-1B)............................................................................................................. 14
EMPLOYEE FAMILY CHECKLIST & INFORMATION (H-4)............................................................................ 16
The Department is responsible for completing Pages 3 - 11 and providing the required supporting documents. The
Employee is responsible for completing Pages 12 - 15 and providing the relevant supporting documents.
Answer all questions, even is the answer is `N/A' or `None'.
Incomplete H-1B packets will be returned to the department for full completion and will not be considered as
received until they are fully complete. Thank you for your cooperation in ensuring that the H-1B filing process goes

  

Source: Acton, Scott - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Virginia

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences