Despite your detailed description, you haven't really told me exactly what you specialize in within SAP, so I can't recommend specific SAP training options for you. However, I can definitely recommend that you get your training directly from SAP. Since they let individuals into their training now, why not go to the source? SAP has an education section on its Web site that will get you started. And, as usual, I recommend choosing the hottest training that is most relevant to your current skills and experience. As for your concentration on training right now, I agree. The fact that you are in the middle of green card processing changes everything. Now is the time to stock up on all the training and research you can get your hands on. Hang in there till you get your green card, then your freedom of movement will be greatly increased. With a green card in hand, you'll get a much better idea of how marketable you really are, and what further skills you might need to acquire.
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