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24 September 2015
Employment Authorization document is the work permit is granted by USCIS which give the holder of it the legal right to work in the USA. The rights it possess and grants are similar to the green card but having minor variation. The work limit generally is given for maximum one year. Every candidate‚read more..
10 July 2019
F-1 students who applied for OPT are facing unprecedented delays in receiving their EADs (employment authorization documents). These delays not only affect our recent graduates and HU hiring departments, but those across the U.S. Without EADs, students have no incomeread more..
05 July 2018
F1 visa is a student‚Äôs visa for studying in USA and a good opportunity for gaining work experience in the form of CPT or OPT Jobs.¬†¬†After you graduate in the United States, if the H1B draw is not drawn and the OPT is about to end, you may consider returning to school to extend F1 status. If H1Bread more..
22 July 2019
WashTech has been in a¬†long dispute¬†with the¬†Department of Homeland Security over the OPT program, but in July the¬†US District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that the¬†DHS‚Äôs 2016 STEM OPT decision would reopen a previous case from¬†1992.read more..