I am working in a company as IT manager and my employer is not a US citizen and just has green card. I wonder if he can apply for H-1B for me?
I'd appreciate your answers.
His immigration status doesn't matter, its the U.S. company that must sponsor you for the H-1B. Small companies sometimes struggle with evidencing the ability to pay the wage, but thats not always the case. If they are willing to pay the costs of the visa processing and attorney fees, its worth checking it out with an immigration attorney.
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