I am an Intern in a company here in USA, and they want to hire me, so they want to know the difference on hiring me with a Green card or a H1B Visa, and also the difference on Fees and waiting times.
1 Answer from Attorneys
An H1B is a nonimmigrant employment based visa category, whereas the green card process is an offer of permanent, full-time offer in the "future." Starting the green card process, by itself, does not allow for employment legally in the U.S. Information about the green card process is here: www.h1b1.com/laborcert.htm
Hopefully you have OPT based on completing a degree program in the U.S. in F1 student status, as currently the H1B visa cap has been reached.
Related Questions & Answers
I had an H1-B Visa for three years and extension for 3 years (total 6 years). The... Asked 3/21/12, 8:24 am in United States Missouri Immigration Law
If your from another country and commit a crime in the U.S and go to jail what will... Asked 3/14/12, 6:02 pm in United States Missouri Immigration Law
If i got found guilty for domestic assult in us, will i still be able to apply to... Asked 1/12/12, 5:19 pm in United States Missouri Immigration Law
How can i get a dpoa on my father who is in a comma Asked 12/18/11, 9:41 pm in United States Missouri Immigration Law
My husband is currently being detained for being here illegally.we are married and... Asked 10/27/11, 11:35 am in United States Missouri Immigration Law