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Old 03-25-2016, 03:03 PM
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Default EB2 I 140 - Degree passed date vs Degree awarded date

Hi All,

I have approved perm and in the process of applying I-140 for Eb2.

I have 3 years of Bachelors and 2 years of Masters from India.

I completed my Masters in 2006 but requested the degree certificate in 2010. My degree certificate states as below.

"Awarded the degree for having duly completed the prescribed requirements in 2006. Given under the seal of university on 2010".

Now my attorney is saying USCIS will consider the degree date as 2010. I will get 5+ years of experience only if 2006 is considered.

My attorney has given 2 options

1.Get the supporting document from the university stating that the degree was awarded in 2006. But attorney is not 100% sure if with this document I 140 will get approved
2. Go for I-140 under Eb3

Please let me know if anyone has faced the similar issue.

Thank you
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Hi All,

I have approved perm and in the process of applying I-140 for Eb2.

I have 3 years of Bachelors and 2 years of Masters from India.

I completed my Masters in 2006 but requested the degree certificate in 2010. My degree certificate states as below.

"Awarded the degree for having duly completed the prescribed requirements in 2006. Given under the seal of university on 2010".

Now my attorney is saying USCIS will consider the degree date as 2010. I will get 5+ years of experience only if 2006 is considered.

My attorney has given 2 options

1.Get the supporting document from the university stating that the degree was awarded in 2006. But attorney is not 100% sure if with this document I 140 will get approved
2. Go for I-140 under Eb3

Please let me know if anyone has faced the similar issue.

Thank you
Attorney is bluffing. He is not the USCIS authority. His sole objective is towards company not towards you. The people in USCIS are more reasonable than these fools.
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