So, i took the offer from non profit company and while accepting i asked would they file green card and they said and wrote in offer letter that they would "Sponsor for GC and H1B." So, on day 1 of joining the manager got attorney bill and asked me about the process and told me they wont pay so much money for GC attorney fees since they don't have high budget. The manager said HR informed that I would need GC and H1B before joining since they really wanted me manager agreed. But wasn't sure about the price/budget cost to them. Since its a non-profit do i have any power to still get GC? Place where I left had filed my GC and it is unfair that they dont want to do it just coz i joined them now. Also, since its a non profit could i file for NIW EB2 GC (masters degree) myself coz its a senior position in the same title as my previous company
Your question needs to be under Immigration, not Contracts. I am changing it.
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