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TrumpNoVisa

U.S. Limits Visas for Asian and African Nations. Will Your Country Be the Next?

If there's one policy U.S. President  Donald Trump has not flip-flopped on – it's that he cares little or nothing about how other nationals view him. Trump apparently doesn't mind being labeled “racist," either.  And he is willing to do whatever it takes to give the appearance that his campaign platitude  - "Make America great again"  - has substance.  This includes a halt [...]
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gethiredafterinternship

How to get hired by Microsoft, Facebook or IBM after your internship?

News Source: Inc.com, August 14, 2017 Internships at large companies such as Microsoft, Facebook, and IBM are highly sought after by college students because of the high income (as much as $8,000 per month) as well as the strong possibility of getting hired when finished.  However, there are things you can do to make yourself stand […]

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Don't raise the fees

WVU Implements International Student Fee and Students Are Not Happy about It

News source: WDTV of Monongalia county, WV. West Virginia University is planning to slap a surcharge on international students.  Beginning this spring term, all international undergraduate students will be "taxed" an additional $300 on top of their full tuition. Why is the fee? 'The purpose of the fee is to cover the costs of meeting [...]
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Sugar Daddy vs Sugar Baby

Sugar Daddy or Sugar Momma- a Rich Financial Sponsor Looking for “Special Relationship”

What are Sugar Daddies and Sugar Moms? According to Urban Dictionary, the definitions of Sugar Daddy and Sugar Mom (or momma): Sugar Daddy: Older males are in their money making prime and young women are in their money needing prime and beauty prime. These three primes often converge creating the secret underground "older man being [...]
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H-1 B visa

Top 30 U.S. Companies of New H-1B Petitions Approved in 2016

News Source: National Foundation for American Policy (NFAP), a Washington-based non-profit think-tank. Title of Report: "H-1B Visas by the Numbers," published on June 1, 2017 H-1B Visa Issued against the Cap YearCAPApproved#Unused199265,00048,60016,400199365,00061,6003,400199465,00060,3004,700199565,00054,20010,800199665,00055,1009,900199765,00065,0000199865,00065,00001999115,000115,00002000115,000115,00002001195,000163,60031,4002002195,00079,100115,9002003195,00078,000117,000200465,00065,0000200565,00065,0000200665,00065,0000200765,00065,0000200865,00065,0000200965,00065,0000201065,00065,0000201165,00065,0000201265,00065,0000201365,00065,0000201465,00065,0000201565,00065,0000201665,00065,0000201765,00065,0000201865,00065,0000/* Here you can add custom CSS for the current table */ /* Lean more about CSS: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cascading_Style_Sheets */ /* To prevent the use [...]
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Statistics

“Facts and Numbers – More International Students Work in U.S.” (Part 2)

4. Graduates of STEM Majors Have Higher Employment Rates Majors with the top three employment rate among the most numerous graduates: Computer Engineering (76%) Mechanical Engineering (75%) Electrical and Electronics Engineering (75%) 5. Over 50% of those who were approved for OPT are from China and India Data for the table below are from: Pew [...]
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Statistics

“Facts and Numbers – More International Students Work in U.S.” (Part 1)

F-1 Students and Employment  USCIS.gov points out: F-1 students may not work off-campus during the first academic year but may accept on-campus employment subject to certain conditions and restrictions. After the first academic year, F-1 students may engage in three types of off-campus employment: Curricular Practical Training (CPT) Optional Practical Training (OPT) (pre-completion or post-completion) Science, [...]
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OPT: More Foreign Students Stay in U.S. to Work

Foreign Students Work in U.S. - What's OPT According to USCIS- Optional Practical Training (OPT) is temporary employment that is directly related to an F-1 student’s major area of study. Eligible students can apply to receive up to 12 months of OPT employment authorization before completing their academic studies (pre-completion) and/or after completing their academic [...]
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