What does USCIS look at to determine the position requires a master's degree? what evidence do they require? My position is nurse.
They look to the Occupational Outlook Handbook and other publications by the US Department of Labor. Since nurses require only a 2 year degree, they do not even require a college degree let alone a masters.
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