We filed the case with a job code of 13-2051 (financial analyst) and used FLC Data Center to determine the prevailing wage as a level I employee.
We received a request for evidence asking us to prove that the position was a specialty occupation and required a bachelor's degree or higher to perform the job duties. In response, we provided work samples of her work and other real estate analysts at the firm, job postings from the firm showing they always required at least a bachelor's degree, resumes/transcripts from the other real estate analysts at the firm, and job postings from other similar companies hiring real estate analysts among other evidence.
The request for evidence was extensive and required a thorough response, but within a week of filing the response, we received an approval. The clients were thrilled with the result and the employee will now be able to work in the US for the next three years in H-1B status.
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