Experience & education requirements for a PERM/labor certification-based green card

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1. How often does it happen that an employment-based green card gets rejected or delayed just because the minimum job requirements were low?

2. What could be decent experience & education requirements for a job to successfully get an employment-based green card.

3. My current employer is filing my green card with minimum requirements of a bachelor's and 1~2 years of experience, but my current qualifications are a master's and 2~3 years of experience. So, is it worth finding a new job and employer where my green card can be filed based on my current higher qualifications?

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1. It will get rejected not because the requirements were low, but because the requirements were so basic that there were many applications for it.

2. It depends upon the job. Difficult to answer this.

3. Here again the question is not so much what your qualifications are but what the job requires.

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