The US employer company has no operations in the foreign country, but needs to hire this employee for his merit. If this can be approved then,
1. What requirements must be satisfied to have this approved?
2. How much time does this take on an average to get approved?
3. Can this employment serve as grounds for the foreign employee to obtain a B-1 visa, if other "ties with home country" are not very strong? It should be understandable that the foreign employee will need to make short and frequent visits to his employer. Moreover, he being employed by an American company, implies that he wouldn't have another job in his home country.
4. Will the employer be able to file an H1-B for this employee in the future?
This is not a question that can be answered as easily as youve put it, into these four points... the answers are going to depend on a lot of factirs and be diffrent based on the situation...
I would highly suggest speaking to an experienced immigration attorney and perhaps hiring them for a few hours to go through this situation with
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