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Indian student drowns in Boston beach


An MBA student hailing from Bellampalli town, accidentally drowned in a beach of Boston, the United States of America (USA) 

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Immigration Lawyers Arguing: “Can I Work from Home for a Foreign Employer?”

Immigration Lawyers Arguing: “Can I Work from Home for a Foreign Employer?” 

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As an international student in the United States (F1 visa), will I violate any visa policy if I do some freelance work on the internet for people residing outside of the USA?

As an F-1 visa holder, you must have enough money of your own to support yourself while you’re in the U.S. to study. Past that, you have very limited options when it comes to employment:

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10 Ways to Prepare Yourself for Computer Science at a University

With only one computer science graduate for every 10 open computing jobs, salary for those jobs rises sky-high, attracting many people to pursue a career in computer science.

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International students face culture shock


One may believe that language is the most difficult barrier to overcome when traveling to America, but there are many obstacles that international students 

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OU international students struggle to find employment post-graduation


Muhammad Abdullah Asim shakes his head as he recalls all the jobs he’s applied for in preparation for his upcoming graduation.

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USCIS: Marijuana violations prevent ‘good moral character’ showing for naturalization eligibility

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services issued a policy guidance today clarifying that federal drug violations, including for marijuana, will generally prevent an individual from proving “good moral character” for purposes of naturalization, even where state law has decriminalized marijuana.

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DHS Issues Fraud Alert for Imposters Posing as U.S. Immigration Agents

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) under the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is warning people of a nationwide telephone spoofing scam that attempts to trick victims into divulging their personal information, leaving them vulnerable to identity theft.

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Questions from DSOs: When Can I Authorize a Student for a Reduced Course Load?

F and M students studying in the United States must enroll in a full course of study at a Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP)-certified school. However, there may be times when students are unable to take a full course of study. In these instances, a principal designated school official (PDSO) or designated school official (DSO) may authorize a reduced course load (RCL).

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UT international students contribute millions to the U.S. economy, international education nonprofit says

During the 2017–18 academic school year, UT international students contributed $221.7 million to the U.S. economy, which helped support 3,160 jobs, according to the NAFSA: International Student Economic Value Tool.

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