I am working at a Mandarin Immersion Preschool (bilingual) as a Chinese teacher. I will apply for a H1B visa, but I am not sure my status is eligible? My major is Early Childhood Education, and I will receive a AA degree and a Early Childhood Education certificate in America. Additionally, I have a master degree in China, but my major is Human Resource Management because my previous working experience was a human resource manager. I heard the minimum requirement for applying H1B is a Bachelor Degree, and it should be related to my job.
The minimum requirement for applying H1B is a Bachelor Degree, and it should be related to my job. Further, the H1B cap was reached and a preschool teacher position would generally be cap subject.
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The minimum requirement for applying H1B is a Bachelor Degree, and it should be related to my job - correct. Furthermore the job should require a Bachelor's degree to perform the job duties.
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