Tag archive: Indian three-year bachelor’s degree

Here’s the deal with H1B and the Indian Three-Year bachelor’s degree: CIS will NOT accept the Indian three-year bachelor’s degree alone as adequate evidence that you or your employee or client meets H1B educational requirements. It doesn’t matter that Indian three-year bachelor’s degrees contain just as many if not more credit hours as the US…

Education RFEs are some of the most common RFEs H-1B candidates receive post-lottery. Since this work visa is set aside for foreign nationals with US bachelor’s degrees or higher, or their equivalents, when a candidate’s degree was earned in a different country with a different education system, the value of this degree is murky. USCIS…

Current US educational trends clearly show that the amount of time it takes to complete a degree is not an accurate reflection of its actual academic content. More and more US college students are taking over four years to complete their four-year bachelor’s degrees, opting to take time off or take fewer classes at a…

Across the country, US master’s programs are throwing open their doors to students from India.  At least, in theory.  While many of these colleges claim to welcome Indian students into their master’s programs, a deeper discrimination still exists that keeps bright, talented students from the very programs that need them. For whatever reason, US master’s…

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