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This NYC law firm refuses to hire Ivy League grads

While studies suggest many of the country’s top law firms heavily recruit from Ivy League universities, New York-based firm Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. is one place where graduates of the nation’s most prestigious schools do not have such good luck gaining job offers.
 

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USCIS Issues Draft Template for L-1B Visa Evidence Queries

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released a draft request for evidence (RFE) template for multinational employers seeking to transfer employees with specialized skills from their foreign operations to the United States using an L-1B intracompany transferee visa.

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Social Security Numbers – When You Need One and How You Apply For One

International students need a Social Security number (SSN) to work in the United States. Students must first talk with their designated school official (DSO) to make sure they are eligible for employment before applying for an SSN. Also, if you want a driver’s license, your state’s DMV may also require you to apply for an SSN.

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Shooting on campus a small but scary matter

News of a shooting on campus is a guaranteed recipe for fear and trepidation in the nation’s heart, and even more so locally when news of the shooting is as close to home as Murphree Hall at UF.

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Four Tips to Help Students Remain Compliant with Regulations

SEVP explains the top four best practices for designated school officials to help ensure international students remain compliant with federal rules and regulations.

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I Received a Form I-515A, Now What?

You just returned to the United States from spring break and forgot to pack your passport. Or, perhaps you traveled to the United States for the first time to start at a U.S. school, but do not have your Form I 20, “Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant Student Status,” with you or you have not paid your I-901 Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) fee. 

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I Lost an Important Immigration Document. What do I do now?

Your passport and visa are two important documents that you must keep secure during your time in the United States. 

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Success Story! H-1B Approval after RFE

Approval Success Story! H-1B Approval after RFE for Engineer

 

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Can F Students Enroll at Two SEVP-Certified Schools?

For F-1 students studying in the United States, there are certain circumstances in which they may enroll in two different Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP)-certified schools during the same term.

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F-1 Students: 3 Tips to Maintain Status during Summer Break

Are you an F-1 international student on summer break from a Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP)-certified school?

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