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05 June 2019
Every year, a fresh batch of graduates emerge from U.S. colleges and universities looking for work. If your organization or business is hiring, you may receive resumes from graduates who are international students in the US. They might not have a green card or other lread more..
02 August 2019
Some companies that have hired STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths ) apprentices graduated under optional practical training (OPT), are being subject to site visits by officials of the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE). UU. The main objread more..
18 September 2015
Optional Practical Training is a program initiated by the US government to benefit the international students on F1 visa. They are provided with the opportunity to work for certain hours and gain both experience as well as money. Students can practice pre-completion Oread more..
22 July 2019
Charlie Bankart, the associate vice provost for international affairs at the University of Kansas, is worried. The new academic term at his institution begins in August, and he fears many of the 500-odd international freshman studeread more..