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August 28, 2005

FAQ; H-1B self petition by a Singaporean

Free Question: Hi, I am a Singaporean and would like to know more about getting the H1b1 Visa. How much does it cost. How do I apply. I intend to incorporate a business to sponsor myself for the H1B1. Do you think it is workable? Are you able to advise on the requirements to qualify an employer to sponsor H1B.

Free Answer; You may incorporate a business in the U.S. to sponsor yourself. The salary may be paid by your U.S. or Singapore business. The U.S. corporation must have a U.S. tax id number.

Posted by VisaLawyer at August 28, 2005 12:37 PM


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