In theory, yes. One needs to be sponsored by an employer for the categories you mention. Best to schedule a consultation with an immigration lawyer to learn about the process. Whether you qualify or not will also depend on the type of job offered you, the EMPLOYER'S ability to prove that can pay you the wages mandated by DOl, etc.
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Under certain circumstances, yes, it is possible. However, with the B-2 visit's expiration date usually less than 6 months away, the timing is usually an issue.
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I think you are asking a question which is impossible to answer. Minimum time requirement of what?
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"MNC" I think, means you are Indian. You can file for a green card though it will not give you status to live or work in the US for at least 5 years, based on current timelines. Suggest you try for a non-immigrant visa as well so you are able to stay beyond the tourist visa i/94 expiry.
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It is the employer who starts an employment based petition. You may/ may not be present in the U.S. for this process.
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