Do you plan on working in the U.S. on an F1-Visa?
Every aspiring student wishes to work in the U.S. post completion of the degree course. Thus, during the F-1 visa interview, the visa officer could ask a question, that if the student plans to work in the U.S? It's a tricky question because we know the answer to that has to be no because you're going on an F1 student visa which clearly states your purpose of going to the US is education and education alone.

However, as an international student, you're allowed to work on campus for 20 hours a week, you're allowed to do an internship, you're allowed to do CPT and also OPT. But if you straight away say YES, you might end up facing a visa rejection situation. So, watch this video by Mr. Patriek Karayil, to know the best way to address this question.
Patriek, an MIT graduate and a Former Vice President of U.S. News Global Education, has worked with over a dozen U.S. universities and has counseled thousands of students and liaised with U.S. embassies and visa officers. He is considered as one of the foremost experts in U.S. Education for international students.

With his experience and government statistics, he has come up with a complete course on visa guidance available easily for the students seriously planning for their studies in the U.S. There are various questions related to your visa application and interview and knowing the precise answers to these questions is paramount and that’s what this course is all about. Come join the course & get on your path to visa success!
MAY, 18 / 2020

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