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25 September 2015
Optional Practical Training is defined by USICS as temporary employment for practical training directly related to the International student’s. It must be at a level that is commensurate with the student’s master’s degree level. OPT can be used before and/or after a student completes masteread more..
01 February 2017
As Donald Trump is President of the United States, many in the tech community were wondering what changes (if any) will come to the H-1B program. The H1B non-immigrant work visa program is once again on the political stage, as presidential leadership in the US is nowread more..
09 May 2016
❯ What is Mobile Testing? Application software, not one but many, developed for mobile devices requires testing its usability, functionality, and consistency. For doing so, mobile testing came into existence. It can be done in two ways: manual testing and automation testing. Mobile testread more..
17 November 2017
The US House Judiciary Committee just took a step towards tightening the rules for H1-B visas. Republican California Rep. Darrell Issa, introduced a bill in January 2017 under theread more..