I file I 129 form for myself. Currently I am on my OPT and transferring to H1B visa. I founded a nonprofit organization in Seattle at the end of last year. But we haven't filed with IRS for the nonprofit status yet. Is it going to be an issue for my I 129 application?
You cannot file the I-129 yourself for an H-1B. You must have an employer and they must sponsor you.
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