1. It depends on whether or not the job normally requires a masters.
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That depends on whether the job offered will be one that will require a Masters degree.
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Agreed with both colleagues above!!
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I agree with my colleagues.
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I agree with my colleagues that the degree requirement of the position will determine whether you will be in the advanced quota cap.
If H-1B VIsa Reform is implemented, the additional visas will be limited to STEM positions (and MBA is not a STEM position). The good news is that you there will be much more H-1Bs availabe if this is implemented.
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