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LU Engineering graduates are top in state, third in nation ahead of Rice, Stanford and MIT

Without fail, the LU College of Engineering has taken leaps and bounds to ensure that engineering graduates walk away with an invaluable college experience and the best return on investment.

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Discover and Train in CyberSecurity

Discover and Train in CyberSecurity

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Are high paying hedge fund technology jobs worth the hassle?

You can get paid very well in a hedge fund technology job. According to some of the most recent H1B visa salaries registered by Citadel in the U.S., senior software engineers at the fund are on anything from $120k to $225k in salary. 

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Are high paying hedge fund technology jobs worth the hassle?

You can get paid very well in a hedge fund technology job. According to some of the most recent H1B visa salaries registered by Citadel in the U.S., senior software engineers at the fund are on anything from $120k to $225k in salary. 

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Computer Science Is One of Fastest Growing STEM Careers

As you might expect, the salary range for computer science is higher than the national average. The median annual wage for computer technology and information technology occupations was $91,250 in 2020, as compared to a median wage of $41,950 across all occupations in the US.

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H-1B Extension Beyond the 6th Year When Your Category is Not Current

H-1B visa is a non-immigrant visa that permits a company to hire workers in specialty occupations.  This visa category requires that the beneficiary (the foreign worker) have at least a bachelor’s degree.

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H-1B Visa Interview: Tips and Common Questions

Some questions the Consular Officer may ask you:

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15 Affordable Colleges for International Students

Schools with the lowest costs for international students

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The Biden Administration Let Over 200,000 Green Cards Go to Waste This Year

The Biden administration failed to issue more than 200,000 permanent resident visas (or “green cards”) that were allotted in fiscal year 2021 for immigrants sponsored by U.S. employers or family members.

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Reminder: H-1B Employers Must Withhold FICA

October 1 marks the beginning of the federal government’s fiscal year, as well as the H-1B employment start date for thousands of workers. 

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