Two of Guam's immigration attorneys have reported an increase in recent months in requests by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services for further evidence in petitions for H category visas and in some instances denials of the applications. In Guam's case the H visa classification - which includes H-1B H-2B and H-3 visas - covers professionals non-agricultural temporary skilled labor and trainees respectively. Visa petitions from Guam are adjudicated at the USCIS' California Service Center in Laguna Niguel Calif . . .
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