Some friends and I plan to start a corporation in California. Because we will have three shareholders, we believe we need to have three directors. The problem is that two of the three shareholders are H-1B visa holders. Is there a way that we can appoint only one director and still have three shareholders?
Question We recently hired a person who needed an H-1B visa to work for us. It's been one week since he started. Unfortunately, we have discovered that this person is not a good fit. Are we allowed to terminate him so soon and given all the visa-related paperwork we’ve signed? If yes, is there anything
I live in India, and recently completed training to be a computer programmer. I've heard that a visa called "H-1B" allows computer programmers to work in the U.S. How can I get one, and how long would it allow me to stay?
I'm working in the U.S. with an H-1B visa/status. My wife and children are here with me with H-4 visas/status. Another company just offered me a job and has requested copies of my H-1B visa documents. Is there anything I need to do for my family, or will their status be extended automatically when the new employer handles my H-1B petition?
Question I have a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from my home country. I contacted a reputable service in the United States to obtain an equivalency determination of my degree. The report states that my Bachelor's degree is the equivalent of a four-year Bachelor's degree from an accredited
If you're a foreign national studying or working in a field related to computers or information technology (IT), you may have heard varying things about the H-1B visa and IT jobs. On the one hand, it may appear that anyone with an IT job gets an H-1B visa. On the other hand, you may also have heard
Question My employer is submitting an H-1B petition for me this April. I am subject to the H-1B cap. I currently am working on my F-1 visa with Optional Practical Training, which expires this summer, so I really need the H-1B visa in order to continue working. If we pay the extra Premium Processing fee
Question I soon will graduate with a B.S. in computer science from a university in India. I'd like to work in the United States. My friends tell me that the best way is to get an H-1B visa to work for an IT consulting company. Apparently, such companies work as "labor brokers" to find jobs for recent
Question I know that there are limited H-1B visas available to specialty technical workers each year. I've had several employers express interest in hiring me, and the idea that I might be shut out based on bad luck is, frankly, bothering me a lot. Is it possible for one employer to submit several petitions