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F-1 OPT to H-1B: Change of Status from F-1 to H-1B for International Students

F-1 OPT to H-1B: Change of Status from F-1 to H-1B for International Students

March 30, 2021

As a student with an F-1 visa in the United States, transitioning from school to a job is an important, but complicated step. Whether you are about to graduate from …

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US Visa Extension of Stay: Visitor Visa Extension Application and Fee

March 22, 2021

U.S. Visa Extension of Stay If you are in the United States with a visitor visa, you may need or want to extend your stay. Maybe you want more time …

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Complete Guide to Applying for the H-1B 2021-2022: Registration, Process, and Timeline

March 8, 2021

What is the H-1B Visa Lottery? The H-1B visa lottery and cap season are selection processes used to select a number of H-1B visa applicants each year. The H-1B program …

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EB-2 vs EB-3: Visa Requirements, Steps, and Processing Time

February 25, 2021

Employment-Based Visas Each year, the U.S. allows roughly 700,000 immigrants to enter the country. Out of those, 140,000 are given an opportunity to establish residence through an employment-based visa. There …

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Joe Biden’s Immigration Reform: How Will My Immigration Status Be Affected?

February 1, 2021

President Joe Biden’s immigration bill includes multiple changes to the current immigration policy that will likely affect the estimated 11 million immigrants living in the United States who do not …

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