HOW TO PLAN FOR LIFE AFTER OPT
Eligible international students can receive up to 12 months of OPT (Optional Practical Training after they finish their degree. It's important to use this time wisely and strategically. How you spend your time on OPT can determine the outcome of your next visa application. In "How to Plan for Life After OPT," you will learn tips to help you make the most of your OPT time and beyond. Click download to get your free copy.
MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR TIME
Every year, thousands of talented, passionate, qualified, degree-holding students have to leave the United States because they didn't qualify for an employment visa. The visa process, even before the current administration, is complicated, nuanced, and constantly changing. The biggest mistake most international students make is they don't start planning early enough, and when it comes time to apply, they struggle to find the right sponsor, their portfolio isn't strong enough, or they simply run out of time.
Almost all non-immigrant employment-based visas require employer sponsorship, but each visa has its own requirements. If you want to maximize your chances to qualify for an employment-based visa, it is essential that you have a clear strategy so you can have the strongest portfolio and your sponsorship ready to go.
In "How to Plan for Life after OPT", you will learn...
How do you optimize your time on OPT?
What are your non-immigrant visa options post-OPT?
When can you apply for a Green Card?
How do you plan a strategy?
What steps can you take now?
Ready to start planning?
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