I work with a H1B visa for a new company which is 1 year old. This company is the US division where the headquarter is in Europe with 10 employees and 15 years old.
We just hired a new employee here in the US, a US Citizen, and would like to apply for my GreenCard as I have been working for the HeadQuarter for 5 years already in the past.
Does the company size affect Green Card sponsoring?
Does the age (1yo) of the company affect Green Card sponsoring?
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It should not, but in terms of audit, the size and age of the company affects the random selection whether or not the case will be selected for an audit.
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It should not but it does.
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Yes, it does, especially when it comes to the issue of determining whether the company has the ability to pay the offered wage. Talk to an immigration attorney.
Los Angeles Attorney Theodore Huang, Esq. This is not legal advice. No attorney/client relationship is established. Attorney Huang is licensed in MD; practice limited to federal law.