From the facts you provide it is as obvious that the sun will set at dusk that your EMPLOYER'S EB-2 I-140 petition will be denied based on you, the beneficiary, not being able to meet the job's minimum education requirement, given that the academic credentials equivalency report determined that your foreign diploma is only equivalent to a US bachelor's degree and not to a master's as originally envisioned.. Am curious to know why hasn't your employer and/or his/her immigration lawyer has not checked this before and made sure, before it went into all the effort and expense of the PERM process that you did in fact meet the "minimum" educational requirements of the job offer?
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Firstly you cannot file the PERM application. I don't believe you will have a say in the process too. The employer with their attorney's help decide the category appropriate for the situation. Primarily these issues are discussed before the PERM is filed not after it is approved.
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