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Thread: No bachelors degree.. can i apply for PERM? H-1B visa...

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    My boss is ready to sponsor me.. but im not sure if im qaulified for working visa co'z i dont have bachelors degree.. reply pls..

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    My boss is ready to sponsor me.. but im not sure if im qaulified for working visa co'z i dont have bachelors degree.. reply pls..

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    I believe H1-Bs generally require at least a bachelor's degree OR equivalent work experience (usually several years in the field). Check the USCIS website to see if they explain what the application calls for.

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    I guess I'm confused.... IIRC PERM applies only to permanent employment and H1-B uses different process/form from the Labor Dept. Are you trying to apply for H1-B or for PR?

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