My wife's current position requires minimum of Bachelor's Degree plus 3-5 years of experience, obviously, it does not qualify for EB-2 category. Fortunately, my wife's employer would like to sponsor her Green Card through EB-2 based on the future employment (a genuine position which is currently available) and this position requires minimum of Bachelor's Degree plus 5 years of progressive experience. However, a business immigration specialist working for my wife's employer said since the position does not require a minimum of Master's Degree, it still does not qualify for EB-2. The specialist's conclusion seems conflicts with EB-2 qualifications explained by USCIS (Master's Degree or Bachelor's Degree + 5 years of experience), am I right?
P.S. My wife has a MBA degree and 5+ years of e
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