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  • Injoy
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    Grad School is your best bet for now, once you're here legally you have more options.

    Good luck

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  • Fresh Taco
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    Do NOT marry a US citizen unless you would marry if no immigration benefits were involved.

    Go to grad school if you cannot get an H1.

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  • sphyrapicus3
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    Marry a US citizen.

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  • Catherine
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    Hi All,

    Thanks for taking your time to read this. I'm a recent college grad (may 04) - did my undergraduate at cornell under an F1 visa. Now, I'm working as a temp under an OPT authorization (Optional Practical Training) which is valid for a year after graduation. Here's my problem: I'm an actor and artist and would like to stay in New York/US to work. My visa runs up June next year. I'm trying to save up to go back to school, but that's not going to happen soon. I have a liberal arts degree (psychology) - and haven't been able to secure a fulltime job, let alone one with a large company willing to sponsor me to stay on.
    I'm going to apply for the diversity lottery program but is there anything else I can do? I really want to stay here to fulfill my dreams. I do not want to go back home..

    Please let me know if you have any suggestions.

    Thanks!!!!

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  • Catherine
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    Pls Help- Any advice appreciated

    Hi All,

    Thanks for taking your time to read this. I'm a recent college grad (may 04) - did my undergraduate at cornell under an F1 visa. Now, I'm working as a temp under an OPT authorization (Optional Practical Training) which is valid for a year after graduation. Here's my problem: I'm an actor and artist and would like to stay in New York/US to work. My visa runs up June next year. I'm trying to save up to go back to school, but that's not going to happen soon. I have a liberal arts degree (psychology) - and haven't been able to secure a fulltime job, let alone one with a large company willing to sponsor me to stay on.
    I'm going to apply for the diversity lottery program but is there anything else I can do? I really want to stay here to fulfill my dreams. I do not want to go back home..

    Please let me know if you have any suggestions.

    Thanks!!!!
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