11-27-2014, 07:24 PM
US has clarified the new immigration policy that benefits indigenous students in total.
The recently introduced policy is gonna help us retain qualified technical students and employees as well as employers who wish their country.
Benefits policy recently introduced
This will enable Indian graduates spend more time in the US pursue education and career opportunities.
The rules for optional practical training program (OP) will be easy.
The program allows visa holders-F-1 (student) to be employed full time in the US up to 29 months after the United States acquired a degree, master's or doctorate in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
The policy also improve training for graduates stem institutes based in the US to retain them in us.
It is important to note that today there are more than 1 lakh students study in the United States, of which approximately 70% are enrolled in courses stem.
Under the new policy introduced graduates in subjects mother can stay longer return to the US after completing their studies to find a job, send your OP program for a year and this context, a rather surprising fact is that a large number of international students in the US to follow a course or a course management stem. Thus, in general, issues stem comprise 37% of all F-1 visa approvals.
According to the Institute report:
Out of the total of foreign students mother
31% comes from China,
27% comes from India and
5% belongs to South Korea
US has always been the favorite destinations every time Indigenous students to follow higher education. The total number of Indian students continue their studies in the United States has increased by 28% to 1, 34,292, according to a report released recently by us immigration and customs control of the Department of Homeland Security.
Speaking of India, is the second section of foreign students studying in the United States, only a step behind China tops the list.
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