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    bubbleboy is offline Newbie
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    Are public hospitals (non-profit) - exempt from the H1-B cap

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    Hi,
    I've read at a website that non profit groups and public universities are not capped by the 60 000 H1-B's. I was wondering if this applied to public hospitals as well? Has anyone gone through this or know the answer?

    If so, does that mean that we wouldnt have to worry about the deadline for H1-B's?

    Thanks,

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    The cap does not apply to not-for-profits or to entities afilliated with an institution of higher learning. This covers the vast majority of hospitals offering residency, therefore you needn't worry about the cap.
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