PERM Labor Certification Process - Which One Are You? EB-2 vs. EB-3 - The Waiting Is The Hardest Part.

EB-2 PERM and EB-2 in General - Navigating PERM Immigration Complexities:

An EB-2 petition is an employment-based 2nd preference petition for a

foreign professional with an advanced degree or its equivalent (masters

degree or higher), or a foreign national who has exceptional ability in

the sciences, arts, or business. In some instances, a professional with a

Bachelor’s degree (or its U.S. equivalent) and five years of progressively

responsible experience in the job being offered may be considered to

possess the equivalent of a Master’s degree in the field.

Very special considerations must be given to the Indian three year

Bachelor of Commerce Degree. We continue to encounter issues with

processing cases where an EB-2 case uses the Bachelor's of Commerce Degree

plus five years of progressive experience in the field to equate to a

Master's Degree. It is critical that you consider the use of a qualified

legal professional before moving forward with a case of this type.

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