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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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Visa, Passport, I-94 Stolen/Lost

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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Where Do Foreign Students Face The Highest University Fees?

Studying abroad can prove extremely expensive. Tuition fees vary widely across international universities, as do cost of living expenses.

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Immigration Compliance Alert: Use Caution When Terminating H-1B Employees

An employer planning to terminate an employee on H-1B visa status needs to ensure that the termination is undertaken in compliance with not only the employment contract and applicable state and federal law, but also in compliance with Federal regulations unique to H-1B employees.

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DOL Issues New Guidance Regarding the Misclassification of Employees as Independent Contractors

David Weil, the Administrator for the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), Wage and Hour Division, issued an Administrator’s Interpretation aimed at addressing the misclassification of employees as independent contractors.
 

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Avoiding Frequent H1B Mistakes and H1B Fraud trap

It seems like the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) more precisely Immigration Custom Enforcement (ICE) Document and Benefit Fraud Task Forces is working very hard lately to identify and punish H1B employers and accomplices regarding H1B visa violations including H1B and PERM Labor Certification cases. Recently 24 companies were barred from filing H1B applications.

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