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Old 04-24-2012, 01:57 PM
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Originally Posted by krishmunn View Post
So what is your point ???? Infosys tester should not get a GC before you ..... and why exactly ?

disclaimer: I have never worked for Infosys --- my GC process is being sponsored by an 100+ employee American company where I am the only Indian employee ( out of total of 3 on H1)
I don't think he meant that Infosys people should not get GC. He is complaining about the multinational manager criteria of EB1 in which people are filing. Many people from India comes here on L1A with manager in their title. Even though their job responsibilities include testing or something like that, which typically won't be performed by a manager, they are eligible for filing under EB1 category. Strictly going by job responsibility they may not be eligible for EB1. As they consume EB1 visas, there won't be any spill overs for EB2.

Even though I am happy for those guys as they don't need to go through the same trouble we are going through, it may ultimately cause problems for genuine EB1 candidates in the future and to better qualified EB2 people because of no spill over.
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