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  1. Hello, My company is going to initiate my GC process. I am assuming the first step would be providing an up to date resume and the next step would be experience letters. Let me give some background about my resume with my number of years for each job. Education: Masters in Computer Science Job1: Graduate Assistant - Web Developer ( Part Time ) - 1 yr, 6 months Job2: Software Engineer ( Full Time on CPT, still at school ) - 8 months Job3: Software Developer( Full time on OPT a month after graduation) - 2 months Job4: Software Anaylst( Full Time on OPT) - 9 months Job5: Software Engineer( Full time on H1B) - 1 yr, 9 months Job6-Current JOB: Software Developer (Full Time on H1B) - 4 months My problem is Job2(CPT) and Job3(OPT) were in small time startups and one of them is out of business and the other one is acquired. So I won't be to provide experience letters for them. I should able to provide experience letters from all other companies(including my university) So my question is do I need to provide those experiences(Job2 and Job3) in my resume while applying for green card? Can I leave them out of my resume or is it compulsory to specify all experiences. NOTE: Job2 and Job3 were specified in my resume when they filed my H1B. I would appreciate some advice. Thanks in advance!
  2. If the job requires Bachelor's degree and 5 years of experience, but if I have a master's degree and 3 years of experience, will I qualify for a EB2 position then?
  3. Hi, I was recently offered a position in Silver Spring, Maryland as a Software Developer 3(they claim its mid level). They offered me an annual salary of 85k. They informed me that after 5 months of joining the company they will file my green card through an attorney. This is what they mentioned: "The category which they file under will depend on your conversations with our immigration attorney. If you qualify for filing under EB2 category, The company has no objection to it." Here is my qualification and job experience(This includes CPT, OPT and H1b experience) - Masters in Science, Computer Science - Company A - 8 months - Company B -11 months - Company C - 1 year 8 months - New Company - Would be 5 months at the time of filing So overall at time of filing , I would have 3 1/2 years of experience and a salary of 85k when they file. My question is, Would 85k in Maryland suffice to qualify for EB2 given my qualifications. There is no indication anywhere that the job that they offered me requires a master's degree. Thanks, any response will be appreciated.
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