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H-1B is a visa to the United States pursuant to the Immigration and Nationality Act, Section 101 (a) (15) (H), which allows US employers to temporarily hire foreign workers in specialty areas. A specialized profession requires applying specialized knowledge and obtaining a bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience. The length of stay is three years, which can be extended to six years; after this, the visa holder may need to re-apply. Laws limit the number of H-1B visas that are issued each year: in 2017, 180,440 new and original H-1B visas were issued. Employers generally must withhold social security and health care taxes from wages paid to employees in H-1B status.

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