Would i qualify for an H1B if I have 5.5 years of full-time and 2 years of part-time progressive work experience in the same field? Most of this experience had been obtained outside the USA and can be supported by experience letters from employers and will certainly be passed on to a credential evaluator per USCIS guidelines, but I wanted o check if the part-time experience would also count.
I am also pursuing a graduate degree program in the same field and should have completed 3 semester of coursework by the time my employer files for an h1B. Clarification: 4 years part-time instead.
Only full time work counts.
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Mr. Behar is correct. Only full time work is covered.
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I agree with my colleagues. Only full time work counts for H1-B purposes.
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