H-1B2: DOD Researcher and Development Project Worker
The H-1B2 is for those working on DOD cooperative research and development projects. These are defined as projects the U.S. Department of Defense is leading and producing, or projects being co-produced under government-to-government agreement with another state.
To be considered for H-1B2 status, show evidence of the following:
- Hold a U.S. bachelor’s degree or degree of higher education --OR-- an equivalent degree from an accredited institution that is required in your field of specialty to complete your job responsibilities
- Hold a degree from a foreign institution of education that is equivalent to a U.S. bachelor’s or higher degree in your field
- Be fully licensed or certified to practice in your field or work without any restrictions, in the state where you intend to work
- Demonstrate continued growth and experience in your field of work through records of continuing education, training
- Be recognized for your expertise in your field of work in the form of increasingly broadened or sophisticated job responsibilities.
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