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Immigration Workshops

If you would like to learn about living and working in the United States after graduation, the Office of Global Learning offers a variety of presentations and talks.Watch our homepage for upcoming events and this page for the semester’s presentation schedule.

Work Talks: Work Authorization for International Students

International Services staff will discuss the work authorization process for F-1 and J-1 students as you get close to graduation, as well as options for summer employment while you are still enrolled.

Fall 2022 Schedule 


Visas After Graduation

  • October 6, 2022; 5:30 p.m. (ET)

This virtual presentation for international students provides an overview of possible options for working long-term in the U.S. after graduation including becoming a permanent resident (green card holder), if you desire. Visas After Graduation is presented in collaboration with the law firm of Miller Mayer.


Videos of Our Popular Employment Presentations

Here are some presentations that provide information about working in the United States.

Visas After Graduation

This presentation for international students provides an overview of possible options for working long-term in the U.S. after graduation including becoming a permanent resident (green card holder), if you desire. Working with the law firm of Miller Mayer, we offer the presentation every fall and spring semester. Check out our Visas After Graduation page.

F-1 OPT

Learn about Optional Practical Training after graduation and OPT with STEM extension.

Through OPT, you can be authorized to work in the United States for 12 months, which can be extended for up to 24 additional months if you have a degree in an approved science, technology, engineering, or mathematics field.

 

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