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EB2 Green Card
Generally speaking, you can use the experience gained with an employer who has a tax ID number other than your petitioning employer.
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Internships do qualify as experience. You need to get your degrees evaluated under AACAO EDGE standards first .
1. You can apply for green card without any wait.
If the Master's degree is accredited, you do not need post-Master's experience for EB-2. There can be some issue about the 3+2 pattern of education, but an accredited Master's should fix it.
Exhibiting immigrant intent CAN be a problem for J-1. It is not certain that you will have a problem, but the potential does exist.
You can qualify for EB2 only if two conditions are met:
1. Your degree is equivalent to a U.S. advanced degree (a credentials evaluation service needs to assess that under proper standards); and
2. The job requires an advanced degree or equivalent experience.