Exuberant uses one key program called the H-2B Program to fill it's contract with seasonal employers. We select qualified international workers, to fill seasonal positions for a fixed period of time – usually your busy season.
For many employers, H-2B workers successfully fill a seasonal need when Americans do not want the jobs. Typical hospitality positions include housekeepers, cooks, dining room attendants, along with laborers and bus drivers.
To protect the interests of American workers and ensure national security, the government has a detailed application process for employers that want seasonal work visas. Completed applications must be approved consecutively by the U.S. Labor Department, the Customs and Immigration Service and the U.S. embassy in the home country of each worker. Thus we take pride in ensuring that we meet these qualifications.
The H-2B Unskilled Visa program was established in 1986 through Immigration Reform and Control Act.
Exuberant selects from a pool of experience hospitality workers for it's H-2B Program.
Once partnered with our company we take care of the management of our H-2B employees, thus making the process rather seamless to get our international workers. For applicants, simply apply using the find a job tab below.
What season is the H-2B Program?
The H-2B Program is seasonal in nature. It operates under two season. The Winter and summer season. Winter season runs from October 1st - March 31st, while the summer season runs from April 1st to September 30th. Depending on your busy season. Exuberant is able to find in-country employees to work with our partnered business.
What is the H-2B Cap??
Under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), as amended, there is a statutory numerical limit, or “cap,” on the total number of noncitizens who may receive an H-2B visa, or otherwise be granted H-2B status, during a fiscal year. Currently, Congress has set the H-2B cap at 66,000 per fiscal year, with 33,000 for workers who begin employment in the first half of the fiscal year (Oct. 1 - March 31) and 33,000 for workers who begin employment in the second half of the fiscal year (April 1 – Sept. 30). Any unused numbers from the first half of the fiscal year will be available for employers seeking to hire H-2B workers during the second half of the fiscal year. Unused H-2B numbers from one fiscal year do not carry over into the next fiscal year.
Timeline of the Process
There are 3 unique phases of the H-2B Unskilled Visa Program, ending in the issuance of a H-2B Visa.
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