Immigrants are commonly told to “get in line” if they want to stay in the United States. This call is disingenuous for many reasons. Many immigrants have no line to get into. And even they do, we are asking them to join lines when no one knows how long they are. In many cases, we could be asking many immigrants to join a line the end of which they will never live to see.
Whether you are an international student or a school official, we encourage you to learn more about the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) “If You See Something, Say Something™” campaign.
There is growing research that links studying abroad to a successful future. As an F student in the United States, you may have the option to study in other countries while enrolled at a U.S. school. This offers an opportunity for you to experience different cultures and academic subjects.
For the rich who want to be American citizens, here is the quickest way to have a Green Card.
The five month rule refers to the termination of a student’s record in the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) based on the student being away from classes or not in status for five months. This rule applies to the following students:
Official Tweet: OPT STEM students can use staffing agency to find training opportunity
Generally speaking, plagiarism means you take someone else’s work or ideas and pass them off as your own. Also known as cheating or copying, plagiarism is not allowed at schools in the United States. This is because colleges and universities value honesty and academic integrity from their students.
More and more female international students at U.S. universities are opting to pursue degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields, largely thanks to the wealth of research opportunities available.
Sen. Tim Kaine, who told Telemundo in Spanish that he and Hillary Clinton would push legalize 12 million illegals in their first 100 days in the White House, is also a proponent of bringing up to 1.8 million more foreign workers sought by U.S. outsourcing companies.