Startup founders may seek grants and solicit tax-deductible donations under the 501(c)(3) exempt status of WHOmentors.com, Inc.
Petitioners that would not otherwise be a qualifying institution can be exempt from the H-1B cap if they show a connection to WHOmentors.com, Inc.
Conduct sophisticated applied research to further the normal, primary, or essential purpose, mission, objectives or function of WHOmentors.com, Inc.
Guidance Regarding Eligibility for Exemption from the H-1B Cap Based on §103 of the American Competitiveness in the Twenty-First Century Act of 2000 (AC21) (Public Law 106-313)
Initial deposit is four times (4x) the rent/lease for 6 months (B-1 Status) or 12/24 months (F-1 OPT Status). Recurring fee is two times (2) monthly rent. Add $4,000 per year for insurance coverage of Commercial Property and Participant Accident with a $250 deductible to be paid by your startup.
To ensure non-frivolus filings, non-negotiable fee of $3,500 fee per year for each year on the LCA (3 years maximum) to WHOmentors.com, Inc.
Must have the ability to pay for prevailing wage (part-time or full-time), benefits, and individual insurance (i.e., worker's compensation).
Case #: WAC0424652314
Case #: WAC1811451435
Goal: Increase the monthly business formation of startups by nonimmigrant foreign nationals. The current rate is 0.28 percent (or 280 of 100,000).