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  1. USCIS and employers have a different idea of what qualified an H-1B employee for their specialty occupation. It is commonplace for employers to hire a candidate with a degree in a field related to the position, given they have proper work experience to master the specialized skills and knowledge necessary to perform it. It has been years since USCIS has regularly approved H-1B cases in which a beneficiary has the required US Bachelor’s degree in a field RELATED to the specialty occupation. USCIS will not outright approve an H-1B visa unless the beneficiary has a degree in the exact specialization of the occupation, or a detailed credential evaluation that explains how their educational and field experience background makes the equivalent of the correct degree specialization. Every year, we have clients come to us in this situation. The way we overturn these RFEs is to write a detailed evaluation that analyzes the course content of the degree earned to highlight college credit hours earned in the exact field of the H-1B job. Then, we take progressive work experience into account to bridge the gap between the beneficiary’s education specialization and the field of the H-1B job. Three years of progressive work experience in the field of the H-1B job in which the beneficiary can prove they took on progressively more responsibility and the nature of their duties and tasks became increasingly complex and specialized can be converted into one year of college credit in the field of the H-1B job. This conversion must be written by a professor with the authority to grant college credit for work experience. At TheDegreePeople.com, we work with professors in all fields to write the work experience conversion for the credential evaluation you or your employee or client needs to get that RFE overturned. There are no cookie cutter solutions to H-1B RFEs because every case is different. Every job is different, and every educational pathway is different, especially when it comes to highly skilled individuals. All evaluations are uniquely researched and written with regards to your, or your employee or client’s education, job, work experience, and visa. For a free review of your case visit ccifree.com. We will get back to you in 48 hours or less.
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