There are many rules and restrictions related to F-1 student employment in the United States. Non-immigrant visas are issued for specific, temporary reasons to visit the U.S.
When issuing a non-immigrant visa, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) takes measures to validate that the applicant intends to return home. Therefore, there are additional checks to make sure employment is related to your education.
When evaluating their employment options, many international students are surprised to learn about these 3 lesser known F-1 student employment facts: Continue reading
An estimated 65,000 – 80,000 undocumented students graduate from U.S. high schools each year. However, only 5-10% of these graduates go on college. Many California universities are making it a little easier.
Undocumented youth, known collectively as “DREAMers,” are perhaps the most resilient and self-sufficient students arriving to college campuses today. Typically raised in households with few resources and opportunities afforded the typical native-born U.S. citizen, DREAMers have persevered to find a path to higher education. Continue reading
FULLERTON, Calif. (June 9, 2014) – CitizenPath, an Orange County, California-based technology start up, is giving undocumented students protected by President Obama’s deferred action policy an easy and inexpensive way to prepare immigration forms. Continue reading