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Old 06-08-2016, 09:21 AM
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Default Job offer - AC21

I received an offer for a managerial position yesterday. My GC was initiated in March 2010 under EB-2 and I have had EAD for a couple of years now. Would highly appreciate if people can provide their opinion on the following question:

Would moving from Computer Systems Analyst to Manager - IT be acceptable to USCIS? Computer Systems Analyst's SOC/O*NET OES Code is 15-1051.00 and its skill level is IV.

If people know how to go about figuring this out and can provide me some pointers, that would be appreciated too.

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Old 06-08-2016, 12:51 PM
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I received an offer for a managerial position yesterday. My GC was initiated in March 2010 under EB-2 and I have had EAD for a couple of years now. Would highly appreciate if people can provide their opinion on the following question:

Would moving from Computer Systems Analyst to Manager - IT be acceptable to USCIS? Computer Systems Analyst's SOC/O*NET OES Code is 15-1051.00 and its skill level is IV.

If people know how to go about figuring this out and can provide me some pointers, that would be appreciated too.

Thanks,
Seems this one will work for you:

15-1199.09 - Information Technology Project Managers
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Default Thanks Foia!

Your help is much appreciated!
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Default AC21 documents

Can someone please point me to the recommended list (sample?) of documents/forms that I need to file with USCIS as part of AC21? My understanding is that there is no required document that I need to send but if someone who has filed it previously can confirm it, that would be great!
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Default Can someone who has experience with AC21 please reply.

Would appreciate recommendations for a good immigration attorney too!
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