I have Master’s degree from for-profit, private institute and I’m currently working thru CPT status. My student visa is expired but have valid CPT I-20 from school so that I can continue work.
Question is, is there an issue applying H1b under master’s quota ?
Can I request for multiple h1b application ? if so, as I’ve currently two genuine job offer and they’re a big company willing to file my H1b.
If both get picked up in lottery and later both got approved then what? Do I have choice to choose one or employer A or B either one has to drop the file?
Thanks in advanced.
If the school is in the US and is accredited, you should be subject to the master's quota.
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Private schools and institutions are not permitted to file towards Master's quota.
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