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TRAVELING ABROAD AFTER FILING A CHANGE OF STATUS TO H-1B


I am an F-1 student and my H-1B petition and application to change status to H-1B will be filed with USCIS on April 1.   May I travel internationally while they are pending? 

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OPT and Traveling Abroad

F-1 Regulations allow students participating in OPT to travel abroad, but there may be additional risks and/or additional documentation to prepare. 

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H-1B Visa Applicants Choose Canada Over U.S

Every year in the United States, over 200, 000 skilled workers apply for the H-1b Visa which allows them to work in the country as a foreign professional on a temporary basis.

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Students Should Not Travel During Cap-Gap Period

The term “cap gap” refers to the period of time between April 1st and October 1st each year when many F-1 students experience a gap from the end of their optional practical training (OPT) employment authorization to the start date of their H1B employment.

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Employers encouraged to consider additional options after H-1B lottery

High demand and increased scrutiny continue to make obtaining an H-1B visa a challenging prospect. Employers are encouraged to consider alternatives for applicants who will not obtain an H-1B visa this cap season.

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Indian student drowns in Boston beach


An MBA student hailing from Bellampalli town, accidentally drowned in a beach of Boston, the United States of America (USA) 

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Immigration Lawyers Arguing: “Can I Work from Home for a Foreign Employer?”

Immigration Lawyers Arguing: “Can I Work from Home for a Foreign Employer?” 

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As an international student in the United States (F1 visa), will I violate any visa policy if I do some freelance work on the internet for people residing outside of the USA?

As an F-1 visa holder, you must have enough money of your own to support yourself while you’re in the U.S. to study. Past that, you have very limited options when it comes to employment:

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10 Ways to Prepare Yourself for Computer Science at a University

With only one computer science graduate for every 10 open computing jobs, salary for those jobs rises sky-high, attracting many people to pursue a career in computer science.

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International students face culture shock


One may believe that language is the most difficult barrier to overcome when traveling to America, but there are many obstacles that international students 

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