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nrkiran1

Need suggestion for using AC 21 - Does experience need to match?

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My PD is Dec 2007 EB2I so I am current now.

My PERM through my current employer was filed with Masters + 12 months or Bachelors + 5 years requirement for a 'Lead Analyst' position.

 

Now I got an offer from a big company with same job duties for a 'Principal Analyst' position, but their job requirement is Bachelors + 10 years experience and they are ready to wait until 6 months after I file my AOS in this August.

After finishing 180 days on my pending I-485 application, can I accept their offer and invoke AC 21 ? Or, will I end up in trouble from USCIS down the road because of 10 years experience requirement from my prospective employer?

 

In a nutshell, can I join in a job that requires more experience than what was shown in my current Perm requirements, but same kind of job duties ?

 

Thanks in advance if you are willing to give a valuable suggestion.

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Just don't inlcude the requirements when you put together an AC21 notification. Or don't notify until you have the required experience.

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Just don't inlcude the requirements when you put together an AC21 notification. Or don't notify until you have the required experience.

 

Thanks Belle,

   I have already gained Bachelors + 13 years / Masters + 10 years experience.

My only concern is; my current employer's GC ( my PERM) requirement was Bachelors + 5 years, but the prospective employer's requirement is Bachelors + 10 years.

If I don't mention job requirement in AC21 letter, will USCIS raise an RFE and issue NOID on my I-485 later down the road because of this difference ?

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