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Guidance on my circumstance an EB-2 Visa plans


I'm Mid 20's from Australia (single) with an Undergrad in Comp Science and 6 months left on my Masters of Information Technology (Major Network Architecture). I have a lot more research to do but I figured here would also be a good place to make sense of things and perhaps learn a little more and will definitely be consulting an immigration lawyer if I get serious about this.

I plan to ultimately one day run my own network architecture company but will be working full-time until then. While the pay is phenomenal here in Australia, we don't have any near the amount of enterprises as the United States. I believe due to me holding (or about to hold) an advanced degree I might be eligible for an EB-2 Visa.

Just some things i wouldn't mind clearing up

Job Offer Requires advanced degree

-Does this mean in the job application itself they must specifically request that the applicant hold an advanced degree? or just a standard bachelors? (I just haven't found a networking job that REQUIRES a Masters is all)

Job opportunity waiver

- Are there examples of what should be expected? Is this essentially a written essay in hopes that i provide enough justification they can waiver this job offer section

-If this part is failed do i need to redo the whole application?

Green Card

-Is one granted with this visa type? or is this a whole other application process? Cause I have been told different things from different places.

Another piece of information that nay or may not be useful

in 2019 I actually worked in states (I wont specify for privacy) on a J1 visa for 6 months until my program ended and was given a SSN will this be of any use or benefit when applying for an Eb-2 Visa?

I'm scanning through all available documentation but it just a little hard to wrap my head around everything considering I'm not familiar with this field

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