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Gov’t Says H-1B Lottery Challenge Seeks Impractical Changes

Law360, Los Angeles (August 10, 2016, 5:47 PM ET) -- The government has taken a swing at a proposed class action calling for changes to the randomized lottery system for doling out H-1B visas, telling an Oregon federal court the petitioners’ proposal for prioritizing people who applied but didn’t get in for the next year’s lottery is unworkable.

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Do you know the difference between clock hours and credit hours ?

​All F-1 and M-1 students are required to enroll in a full course of study.  A full course of study is defined by a total number of clock hours or credit hours a student must enroll in during a week or an academic session

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A tuition scam recently targeted International Student, Learn how to protect yourself from scams

Scams are when strangers target unsuspecting individuals and lie to them in order to illegally receive money or personal information. Those that conduct scams are often called scam artists. They contact people in many ways, but a common technique is to call on the telephone and demand money under false claims. 

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Prospective International Students Do you know the types of student visas in the U.S.? Learn more

It's easy to see why you'd choose America as your desired study abroad destination. It's the most influential country in the world - the dominant centre of commerce, finance and media. It also has many of the top universities in the world. But before you begin your American journey, you need apply for and obtain an appropriate student visa.

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Reminder: SEVP Will Send “Intent to Terminate” Notices for Form I-515A Noncompliance Starting April 1

Beginning April 1, 2016, the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) will send an “Intent to Terminate” notice to all F and M international students and J exchange visitors who have not complied with their Form I-515A, “Notice to Student or Exchange Visitor,” within the allotted 30 days.

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How Can the U.S. Attract and Retain STEM Graduates?

International doctoral students are significantly more likely than native-born U.S. students to major in and graduate from STEM fields In fact, international students make up about 40 percent of all STEM Ph.D. students, and are expected to comprise half of all STEM Ph.D. graduates by 2020. 

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Circuit Court Says New Employer with Approved I-140 may Challenge Revocation of Old Employer’s I-140

This week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit, in Musunuru v. Lynch, reversed a district court decision based on Congressional intent in enacting AC-21.

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DSOs: Understand Your Role in the New STEM OPT Extension

Under the new 24-month science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) optional practical training (OPT) extension regulations, the responsibility to report most information related to a student’s training rests primarily with the student and employer.

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Unlawful status may be waived if your immediate relatives are U.S. citizens

If you are here unlawfully, you may now have an easier path to a green card. The Department of Homeland Security is expanding the “provisional stateside waiver” program. This change may help you if you have a U.S. citizen or permanent resident parent or spouse.

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Hyderabad student dies in US in a car accident

An engineering student from Hyderabad has died in the US after he met with a car accident.

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