Greetings everyone, I have a question about my I-140 application which has been filed under EB3. The PERM has already been approved for my job which requires a Masters degree but just to make things complicated, the filing also says that an alternate qualification of "bachelor's degree or suitable combination of education/training/experience deemed equivalent to US bachelor's degree by a credentials evaluation service and 5 years experience in addition to the bachelor's degree/equivalent is acceptable" Does this language in my PERM filing disqualify me for EB2 or is there still hope? Please say that there is still hope! I am worried especially about the "training/experience"...does the "bachelor's equivalent + 5 years" for EB2 have to be only through education or can it come from training/experience as well? I would like to try filing a second I-140 under EB2 if possible, for obvious reasons, and bear the costs myself. From what I understand, it is possible to do. Additionally, even if the EB2 I-140 application gets denied, the originally filed EB3 I-140 will remain as is and nothing will change. There is no risk to myself or my employer except that I will lose the few thousands of dollars in filing fees I paid for the second I-140. Do I need my employer's & company lawyer's approval to do this? Can they somehow stop me from filing a second I-140? Thanks!