An employer can sponsor you for a green card even though you are outside the U.S.
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Yes, it is possible for an EMPLOYER to file an EB-2 for someone with a MASTERS DEGREE.
Mr Segal is correct, you should have a Skype consultation with one of us.
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You cannot file your own EB2, you would need an employer. It is extremely unlikely that a dental hygienist requires a masters degree as a minimum requirement for entry into the job.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
An employer can file for you outside the United States. Consult an experienced immigration attorney to determine if you meet the requirements for an EB2.
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