Foreign Students Not Picked in the H-1B Lottery: Options and Strategies - Recording (.MP3)
Every year, foreign students work closely with employers to prepare their H-1B petitions, then await the H-1B lottery results. Our panel of experts will discuss options for foreign students who are not chosen in the H-1B lottery, as well as strategies on how to stay in status while waiting for the results. They also will delve into the January 2019 H-1B Final Rule reversing the selection order and adding the electronic registration requirement, and address how to prepare for advising foreign students for the next H-1B Cap season.
- What Is the Normal Course of Action for a Foreign Student Whose Employer Filed a Cap-Subject H-1B Petition on His or Her Behalf?
- To File STEM OPT or Not to File: Headaches During the Lottery Waiting Time/Cap-Gap, and Working with International Students Advisers
- Other Employment Options
- Warning Signs and Red Flags: Be on the Lookout!
- Looking Towards the Future: The January 2019 H-1B Final Rule
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