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I am current working in MNC Company. My manager told that he will process H1B for me.

I have small problem in my education and experience.

I have 4 + years experience in java/J2ee. I did my regular MSC and do job in small software company.
At the time of joining MNC Company I show only my degree. Because at the time of joining I am not get my certificates of MSC

Now my problem is I done my MSC in 2004 and I have 4 + years experience. If I take my education consideration I will have only 2 + years experience only.

Can I explain to my manager about my MSC degree and apply for the H1B with 2+ year�s experience.

If I did like that is there any chance to terminate my job in MNC Company.

Or can I Apply with 4 + years experience for H1B with my degree. I unable to decide any thing.

Please advice�.
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Do you mean that when you applied for the MNC you showed only your U.G. and got a job ? If so, then how much years of experience did you show while joining the MNC? If you had stated that as 4 years, then inform your manager that you had done the MSC as part time rather than saying that it was a regular course. In this way, you can have both your degree and your experience accounted for

But the only thing I am confused about is, how did the guys who recruited you not see through the whole thing ?? How could you pass off with 4+ yrs experience when you only had 2 and get into an MNC ??
[ January 09, 2007: Message edited by: James Wenchen ]
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