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If you or your employee or client is looking into education-based Green Card options, you are well aware of the puzzle EB2 presents.  This classification requires the candidate to hold an advanced degree of a US Masters Degree or higher or its ...

posted Jun 2, 2017 in EB3, EB2 by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points) | 237 views
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When applying for a Green Card, make sure you know which classification your education, or your employee or client’s education falls into before you file.  Sometimes the education is not obvious.  You can’t always rely on the ...

posted May 25, 2017 in EB3, EB2 by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points) | 217 views
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Do you or does your employee or client have the right education to qualify for EB2?  Find out before you file!  If it’s too late, consider the RFE a second chance to strengthen your case.

A common RFE for this visa is that the ...

posted Apr 14, 2017 in EB3, EB2 by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points) | 450 views
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EB2 traps can set your Green Card, or your employee or client’s Green Card back years.  Know where they are so you don’t fall into one.

Although it is tempting for candidates to try to meet EB2 qualifications when really their ...
posted Apr 9, 2017 in EB3, EB2 by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points) | 374 views
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If you or your employee or client is planning to file for EB2 visa status, make sure that the education meets requirements for this particular classification.  EB2 visa processing time is very long, and filing a petition that is doomed is a ...

posted Jan 15, 2017 in EB3, EB2 by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points) | 358 views
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At TheDegreePeople, we recently helped a client with a three-year bachelor’s degree overturn the Denial he received from USCIS for his EB2 petition.  He had over ten years of work experience in his field of employ, a three-year bachelor’s ...

posted Jul 19, 2016 in EB3, EB2 by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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If your degree, or your employee or client’s degree is not in English, it must be translated.  However, translators are not credential evaluators, and both practices require very different, and very specialized skills.  A common and ...

posted Jun 4, 2016 in EB3, EB2 by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points) | 406 views
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There are plenty of good credential evaluators out there who are not a good fit for your EB2 credential evaluation, or your employee or client’s EB2 credential evaluation.  They can write accurate evaluations, but not the right one for what ...

posted May 27, 2016 in EB3, EB2 by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points) | 442 views
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