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Case Study: A 3-Year Degree with an RFE: Approved

U.S. equivalency of a Master’s Degree. The USCIS issued an RFE, stating that the client’s Bachelor’s Degree was not the U.S. equivalency of a Bachelor’s Degree, and that therefore his Master’s Degree also could not be equivalent.The client applied to us for a foreign education credentials evaluation, and we issued an evaluation report, together with adequate evidence, to demonstrate clearly that his Bachelor Degree was indeed the U.S. equivalency to a Bachelor Degree, and that therefore his Master’s Degree was equal to a U.S.Master Degree.He submitted the educational evaluation together with the evidence, and received approval for his labor certificate only a few weeks later]]>

H1-B Visa Requirements: How Much do you Know?

What job occupations are considered specialty occupations?  Persons whose foreign credentials demonstrate professional credentials in medicine, science, engineering, architecture, theology, or the arts may qualify for H1-B visas.How does a person from another country get an H1-B visa?  First, an American employer has to petition the USCIS to permit the employment of a foreign citizen. Then, the employer must show, through a foreign credentials evaluations, that the candidate’s education is the U.S. equivalency of the desired credentials.What employment rules affect H1-B visa holders?  First, people with these work visas must be continually employed in the capacity for which they were hired. This does not include medical leave or maternity leave. In addition, people with these visas must obtain educational evaluations each time their visa is renewed. Finally, they must follow special procedures in order to change employers.If you are a person with a foreign degree who wishes to work in the U.S., the first step in the visa application is to obtain an evaluation report for your foreign degree or diploma. You must clearly demonstrate that your credentials are equivalent to a U.S. degree. Therefore, before you discuss employment with a potential employer, get your foreign credentials evaluated.]]>

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