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    Adrian Kukla

      Hope you’re keeping well. Just wanted to reach out to ask for your guidance in relation to the H1B visa process. I read that the H1B process was changed for this year, such that there is one application per individual, to limit applicants’ ability to apply with many companies and skew the numbers of applications. This makes the application process more fair. Due to this change I wonder if employers are more willing to sponsor a H1B visa considering this new process. I would like to permanently relocate to the US in the near future and would like to know what the job landscape looks like for actuaries at the moment and in the near future. Are US employers considering H1B visa applicants?

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      Blake Blossom

        You’re right; the H1B process changed in 2020. Now, there’s only one application per person, limiting applications with multiple companies. While this aims for fairness, it doesn’t necessarily guarantee a higher sponsorship rate from employers.

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