USCIS Launches Organizational Accounts and Releases Frequently Asked Questions Ahead of H-1B FY 2025

By: Mishita Jethi

USCIS launched the new organizational accounts on February 28, 2024, to allow employers to prepare and file H‑1B registrations for the FY2025 Cap Registration Period. These organizational accounts will allow multiple people within the organizational account to collaborate and file H-1B registrations, H-1B petitions, and other associated applications including requests for premium processing. It will also let the employers add their legal representatives to the organizational account. USCIS has confirmed that all employers will need to create these new organizational accounts to participate in the H-1B electronic registration process for FY 2025. As a reminder, the registration period for FY 2025 will begin at 9:00 AM PST/12:00 PM EST on March 6, 2024 and end at 9:00 AM PST/ 12:00 PM EST on March 22, 2024.

H-1B petitioning employers who have never created a USCIS online account will need to follow instructions to create their organizational accounts. H-1B petitioning employers and attorneys or legal representatives of H-1B petitioning employers who previously had USCIS online accounts will have their old accounts and associated information migrated to the new organizational accounts.

USCIS has also issued answers to several technical and non-technical FAQs related to the new organizational accounts. Employers can review those FAQs here.

Since the organizational accounts were launched on February 28, 2024, employers may face some technical issues while creating accounts for the first time or logging into the new accounts for the first time. As such, it is recommended that employers and their attorneys or legal representatives should access the organizational accounts as early as they are able so they can familiarize themselves with the new platform.   

For any questions or assistance regarding the H-1B registration process or any additional information contact your trusted Chugh, LLP immigration attorneys.  

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