I have pursued my MBA from University of Delaware. If I receive a job offer which requires Masters , Can i apply for advanced degree H-1 quota ?
Does advanced quota and STEM mean same ?
I am planning for April 2014. If I have done MBA, can i apply for advanced degree quota ?
I believe that you recently asked a variation of this question quite recently.
Yes, if the job requires a masters, it can be used for the master's cap ... for the October 2014 H 'season'.
No, this isn't a STEM degree ... no matter how much Technology and Mathematics you may use in the administration of a business.
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The advanced degree quota aside, I'd like to point out that it is often very hard to qualify for an H-1b with a business administration degree or even an MBA, since an MBA is considered a general business degree and is not a "profession" for H-1B purposes..
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Unfortunately the quota is up for all H-1B for this year.
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