If it is a start up, has not made revenue, but raised $1M recently. Can they sponsor H1B visa? And what is the criteria to qualify the eligibility of sponsorship?
Usually you will set up a meeting with a qualified immigration attorney to understand the requirements in your specific case. You will find general information on the internet on various websites to do your homework. It is ideal to lay out all requirements here.
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The answer to your question requires a detailed (paid) consultation with an immigration lawyer as to your particular situation. Otherwise all the general information you are seeking is available all over the net,
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www.uscis.gov i a good place to start your research. After that, an immigration attorney on a consultation. In theory, any legitimate legal entity may do that provides they seeking to fill a position which is a specialty occupation.
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A start up is not precluded in filing H1Bs, as long as they can meet the criteria for an H1B. For a start up the USCIS tends to focus on the product – is it real, viable and can it/company employ an H1B in a specialty occupation. A qualified attorney can help you present your arguments to the USCIS. If you have already raised 1 million, sounds viable to me, give it a try!
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