Short answer: No.
The Insights Association receives many inquiries relating to H-1B visa petitions. Such requests reflect apparent needs of applicants and their lawyers to demonstrate to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) that a visa candidate's work as [marketing research related title] is essential to the operation of [Company X], that a candidate's education is required or appropriate for the position, and/or that the candidate's skill set is not readily available in the United States.
Our policy is to not to get involved in immigration cases.
We suggest you check the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics to reference descriptions of marketing research positions and their related requisites (such as this and this) – keeping in mind that even its usefulness is limited and can only indicate a typical pathway. (Market research analysts may enter the field through a variety of avenues, e.g. starting with a smaller data collection company and working their way up to analyst.) You may also wish to review our "What is Marketing Research?" page and our "Career Guide to the Survey, Opinion & Marketing Research Industry."
This information is not intended and should not be construed as or substituted for legal advice. It is provided for informational purposes only. It is advisable to consult with your attorney on the precise scope and interpretation of any laws/regulation/legislation and their impact on your particular business.