You get your OPT approved, get your employment authorization card, and get a badass job that you absolutely love. Time flies when you’re having fun and soon enough it’s three months before your OPT expires and you have absolutely no idea what to do. Well, luckily, we are research-obsessed nerds who might as well open […]Read more "What Happens After OPT? Learning Your Options."
If you see American adults freaking out in the months leading up to May, and you have no idea what’s going on, it’s probably tax season. If you’re a student from a foreign country (which we assume you are since you’re reading this blog) then you probably have a lot of questions. Do I have to file for […]Read more "What Are Federal Taxes And How Do You Pay Them?"
A Social Security Number (SSN) is a nine-digit number given to each American citizen, resident, or temporary worker. It allows you to work, get a drivers license, get a credit card, and more. As an international student, since you are allowed to work (with limitations), you are allowed to get a Social Security Number. Having a […]Read more "What Is A Social Security Number And How Do I Get One?"
So you’ve made it to your first semester as an international student in the United States. Bags unpacked, parents gone, classes about to start… what comes next?Read more "Made It To The Land Of The Free And The Home Of The Brave. Now What?"