I have seen different info on this online. Some websites say that the description must require master's degree (and bachelors + 5 years can substitute for it) but some say it can also ask for bachelors + 5 years in the first place.
EB-2 is for advanced degree holders.
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Agree. It is for advanced degree holders.
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Either Master degree or bachelors plus 5 years experience.