A: The prospective employer will have to register with USCIS as you have indicated in your posting. If the employer is selected by USCIS then the FORM I-129H must be filed by the employer with USCIS in APRIL 2021.
I highly recommend that the prospective employer engage an experienced immigration attorney to provide expert guidance with this matter.
Good luck to you.
A: A domestic violence charge is a serious matter. A dismissal in a state criminal court can be interpreted as a “conviction” for immigration purposes.
I highly recommend that you visit with an experienced immigration attorney before you proceed to request any immigration benefits.
A: Your B-1/B-2 non- immigrant visa has been cancelled by operation of law after you overstayed the authorized period that was granted by CBP at the U. S. port of entry. Hence you may not be allowed entry after your departure from the U.S. unless you obtain the B-1/B-2 visa at the U.S. consulate.