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peer123
12-15-2006, 10:42 AM
Your thoughts!

nat23
12-15-2006, 10:49 AM
In very simple terms : Progressive experience means your job responsibilities increase with time.

indio0617
12-15-2006, 11:06 AM
In very simple terms : Progressive experience means your job responsibilities increase with time.

Have a question related to that:

If job / EB2 stipulates Bachelors + 5 years criteria, does it imply 5 years after obtaining the degree or can the experience be cumulative ?

nat23
12-15-2006, 11:35 AM
Have a question related to that:

If job / EB2 stipulates Bachelors + 5 years criteria, does it imply 5 years after obtaining the degree or can the experience be cumulative ?

From what I know the 5 yrs are after obtaining the degree. Your job responsibilities should increase in those 5 yrs. That is why when people try to apply under EB2 with Bachelors + 5 years criteria the experience letters play a big role. On the other hand when people substitute the Bachelors + 5 years criteria with MS and a few yrs experience all they need is the degree and a letter from the co-worker that they worked there without having to spell out the job responsibilities.

Having said all this, I might be wrong as I'm not a lawyer.

Cheers
Nat