AILA's Focus on EB-2 and EB-3 Degree Equivalency (Supplement)
The Supplement covers significant developments in degree equivalency from 2007 to date, including:
- The AACRAO EDGE degree equivalency database, how to access it, how USCIS uses it, and how to interpret the information it contains;
- Identification of shifts in USCIS's ad hoc degree equivalency policies that have occurred since the publication of the original book (2007);
- Clarification of the "single source degree" rule;
- DOL and BALCA degree equivalency policies and related issues;
- Degree equivalency developments for professional degrees and for positions requiring a degree in any field;
- Definition of the most challenging case scenario for degree equivalency; and
- Guidelines for drafting PERM applications for common scenarios
Order your copy of the Supplement today and add it to your AILA's Focus on EB-2 & EB-3 Degree Equivalency.
"Degree equivalency issues have undergone a substantial evolution since the publication of the original book; the supplement provides a full and up to date portrait of today's degree equivalency landscape. Because degree equivalency is a crucial component of properly structuring job requirements for PERM labor certification applications, an attorney's failure to properly anticipate a degree equivalency issue can sit dormant and undetected for months or years, then derail a green card process downstream, often at a time when options for remedies are extremely limited. Failure to detect a degree equivalency issue during case intake can create false expectations and disappointed clients." -Ron Wada, author
Ratings & Reviews
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EB-2 & EB-3 Degree Equivalency Supplement
Very disappointed in the quality of this book. There is no cover to the book. Although it is a supplement to the original book, there is no means in which to "attach" or include the supplement with the original book. There is no binder for the supplement so it will be just a matter of a few uses before the book and pages fall apart and rip. This is not worth the $39 dollars I paid.
Marty on 2/20/2014