Graduation day is approaching and you've
finally made it. You are about to receive your diploma
and go out into the working world. You and your classmates
are competing for the best jobs, but you feel at a disadvantage
because you are not a U.S. citizen or even a green card
holder. How are you supposed to navigate through the strange
new world of immigration laws and procedures?
This is a practical guide for foreign-born
students about to graduate from universities in the U.S.:
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