All About F1, H1B & Green Card



02

Feb'19

Indians students detained for visa fraud in the US

The students, who had been charged with committing visa fraud by enrolling in the fictitious “University of Farmington” in Michigan State, along with eight recruiters in different U.S. States, were caught in a sting operation. Worried about the condition of 129 Indian students arrested in the U.S. for alleged visa fraud, the Government of India issued a démarche to the U.S. Embassy in Delhi on February 2, demanding that the …

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27

Jan'19

Study Abroad for Free or with low tuition fee

Studying abroad is a mutual dream of so many students. A large number of students want to continue their higher education from one of the top international universities, but some of them are unable to live their dreams because of weak financial status.  You might have your reasons for migrating to a foreign country for your studies. Reasons like the excellent quality of education, better and comfortable standard of living, …

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23

Jan'19

H1B Visa. How to Apply? How does it Work?

H1B Visa is a special work-permit visa for foreign nationals with special education, skills, and talents to work in the United States. The visa is valid for up to 6 years. Here are a few essential things you would want to know about H1B Visa. What is the H1B Visa? The United States authorities provide the H1B visa to foreign nationalists looking to work or study in the United States. …

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22

Jan'19

Masters in Management Information System (MS in MIS)

Once you complete your undergraduate course in engineering, you will probably look to have a decent job, but there are high chances that you will push yourself to enroll for a post-graduate course (that’s probably the reason you are giving your time to read this).  Whether it is about enhancing your knowledge or experience, having a more settled job with a more decent salary, pursuing a master’s degree should always …

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15

Jan'19

Life on H1B visa is not as rosy as it seems

Studying in the U.S is almost every scholar’s ambition, but is it yours too?  I bet many international students secretly wish to study in America and get exposure at renowned American Universities. Why shouldn’t it be when it’s a piece of general knowledge that education system in the U.S. stands the best in the world? People who study in the States get better jobs with higher salaries. The education quality …

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25

Dec'18

MBA vs Masters In Management (MiM)

While deciding whether a management degree is the right choice for you, you’ve probably spent a lot of time researching MBA programs. MBA is still the target degree, and the best option, for many candidates. But, there is another option that may be the right fit for some students: A Masters in Management (MiM) degree. Earlier, MiM degrees were offered primarily in European universities and business schools. In 2014, the majority of MIM programs …

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22

Nov'18

Post Graduation in USA vs India

Students start hunting for post graduation courses as soon as they graduate or maybe even sooner than that! In India students usually begin with their preparation for higher studies in their pre-final year of the grad course. Engineering students mostly go for MBA or an MS while other graduates go for masters in their respective fields. The most contrasting yet common combination Indian students follow is taking up an MBA …

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07

Nov'18

2018 Career in Data Science

What is Data Science? Data Science is a blend of scientific methods, process, algorithms and systems to extract knowledge and insights from data in various forms to solve analytically complex problems. Data science is the ultimate way to elicit business values from relevant data and statistics. It is almost as similar as data mining which at an intricate and in-depth level showcase substantive detail about a particular activity. It helps …

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24

Oct'18

Trump and H1B immigration

Trump has taken over the H1B and F1 Visa quite prominently, it has created a havoc for international students seeking to study in the United States and more so for the employees who are serving in myriads of IT companies already. The changes in the H1B immigration status has affected people on the personal and professional, both the fronts. Let’s take a quick view of how Trump has changed things …

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13

Oct'18

Update 2018: Problems with US H1B and F1 Visa

If you have been planning on going to the united states for your masters, you must have heard about the turmoil after Trump became the president. There are tons of problems with US H1B and F1 Visa cropping up every single day, it is making life strenuous for students who wish to go to the United States for further studies. And for those who reside in the universities, it has …

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23

Feb'18

Transitioning into your new life abroad

The ups and downs of transitioning into your new life abroad Studying abroad is an amazing yet challenging opportunity. It is easier to prepare for the fun and adventure than the obstacles. In an attempt to better prepare students for the trials that come with studying abroad, my program provided an introduction packet. It gave general facts and information on the specific country as well as what to expect when …

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26

Jan'18

Careers in Actuarial Science in USA, Germany and India

Careers in Actuarial Science: Introduction, Education, Top Universities and Jobs | Excellent Career Option for Maths & Statistics Lovers Do you love playing with numbers? Have you got a curious and analytical brain? Are you a practical-oriented person with a passion for business and computer software? Do you want to make a lot of money? If your answer is YES for all the questions, then a Career in Actuarial Science …

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25

Jan'18

Top Graduate Schools for IT – Study in the USA

Here, we take a look at the top engineering graduate schools, according to U.S. News and World Report’s National University Rankings, which are determined by a mix of surveys and other objective data. U.S. News states that 77.5 percent of the results are based on hard data such as graduation rates and admissions data, while the remaining 22.5 percent is based on peer assessment surveys from the president, provost and dean of admissions …

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04

Jan'18

How to Become a Data Scientist – Top Study Program in 2018

In 2017 Big Data gave way to AI at centre stage of the technology hype cycle. The practice of data science and machine learning capabilities are increasingly being adopted across a wide range of industries and applications.  The challenges in data analytics are now being addressed by machine learning. Machine learning, AI, and Predictive Analytics have been the top buzzwords in 2017. We witnessed a growth in value-producing innovations around data this …

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01

Dec'17

Donald Trump and the US F1 Visa Policies

Ever since Trump made clear his intentions with regard to visa policy for immigrants, the number of international students, especially those that follow Islam, have been understandably dropping. These unfriendly policies have definitely impacted Indian students as well. Irrespective of what religion they follow, the number of Indian students wanting to study in the US has been adversely affected. However, it isn’t all doom and gloom for students still interested …

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13

Nov'17

Choosing College and Easy Funding tactics for international students

“Did you know that worldwide, almost 63% percent of graduate students receive funding or financial assistance in the form of grants, loans, scholarships, school program assistance etc.” If you are preparing for Graduate school or are joining one and are worried about the financial costs and implications, please read on and evaluate the different methods you can follow to get financial assistance to study in your dream college. 1.  Look …

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10

Nov'17

Top 9 Business Schools in the US

Watch the short videos on Quick facts and overview of the of the top 9 MBA programs in the US by Stoodnt experts, and guess the No. 10 MBA program. If you guess it right, your MBA application for any one of the MBA programs from this list will be FREE for the 2018 intake. Top 9 Business Schools in the US: Quick Facts & Overview   1. Harvard Business School     …

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08

Nov'17

Silicon Valley Wants Liberal Arts Students

A great article in Forbes Magazine about the value of a liberal arts degree something Stoodnt has been higlighting to many parents and students…take a look: In less than two years Slack Technologies has become one of the most glistening of tech’s ten-digit “unicorn” startups, boasting 1.1 million users and a private market valuation of $2.8 billion. If you’ve used Slack’s team-based messaging software, you know that one of its catchiest innovations is Slackbot, a …

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07

Nov'17

Guide to Funding Your Post-Graduate Studies Abroad

Funding your graduate program (Master’s degree) abroad could be a significant financial investment. However, international students have a wide range of options to cover the costs of a Master’s degree abroad – assistantships, scholarships, bank loan, sponsorships. In this post, we will talk about the potential ways to fund your studies for a grad school abroad. Potential Ways to Fund your Studies for Grad School    Grad school debt can affect …

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06

Nov'17

9 Factors to consider while choosing the right college

Choosing the right college is one of the most important decisions that students need to make in life. They look for many different options, but tend to overlook some of the most basic factors. Which is why, we have gathered 9 key factors that can help you evaluate potential schools before you apply. 1. Types of Majors and Degrees Available: Aspirants need to verify the Majors and Degree available at their …

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03

Nov'17

MS in US – Fall 2018 Application Deadlines

The application round for MS in US for the fall 2018 intake will be open from September/October. So, it’s time to gear up for the application process. As we all know that the US is one of the best destinations for study abroad; especially the STEM fields. It’s a country where everyone gets enough opportunity to explore their possibilities to grow further in life. The US is home to some of the …

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25

Oct'17

How to choose between the USA and Germany for studying abroad?

Objective criteria by which living in Germany is better: Much safer Healthier lifestyle (yes lifestyle is a personal choice but in the US it’s much harder for me to live as healthily as I do over here, and the reverse is true, too) Legally guaranteed 24 days of vacation – in practice you often get more Working less hours and being more productive Poor and medium-income people can afford more …

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19

Oct'17

How to Stay Competitive in the Job Market of 21st Century

We are in the 21st century. Changes in the society, lifestyle and technology have had a profound effect on the professional world and job market as well. There’s a wide array of skill sets and technologies that millennials can use in jobs that didn’t exist in decades past. However, the 21st century job market is an increasingly competitive job market. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the US job market is tightening. The Indian …

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25

Sep'17

International Universities which are low on pocket and high on education!

Planning to study abroad and looking for the cheapest universities with quality education? Well, then we have conducted a research and listed below, the list of universities which are low on your pocket and high on delivering quality education – 1. Germany has been growing exponentially in popularity amongst international students. German universities like the Humbolt university of berlin, Technical University Munich and the Freie University provide undergraduate and Ph. D. level …

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12

Sep'17

Why do Indians prefer a MS in the U.S. than a MS in Germany?

The trend of Indians preferring U.S to Germany is definitely changing now, albeit slowly. To answer some of your questions: 1. Do companies prefer US candidates than Germans? NO. Ultimately, you are going to be an Indian student on a temporary visa, irrespective of whether it is Germany or the U.S. However, companies in US would prefer students from US universities while companies in Germany prefer students from Germany or the EU (which is quite natural due to …

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