I am a Canadian PR. I completed a master degree in Animation in Canada. I want to immigrate to US. I have learned about that the STEM major students are given some favorable "treatment" on immigration through work. My questions are:
1. Is Animation or Special effect considered STEM for immigration purpose? (PS. I found this list on USCIS website. http://www.ice.gov/doclib/sevis/pdf/stem-list.pdf)
2. I guess the degree I completed in Canada wont make me qualify for the US STEM immigration benefits. If I come to a graduate school in US, and get a MS degree in special effect, will that make me qualify then?
3. What exactly the STEM graduate benefits are for immigration? I have heard about 17 months time for landing a job? Anything else?
4. Is there any better way for immigration?
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