I’m an international student studying in Australia. I have received a scholarship to continue my undergraduate studies in Psychology, Criminology, and Justice in the US. I will, therefore, transfer to the US this fall. I’m hoping to stay on and continue with Masters and Ph.D. in Forensic Psychology. My ultimate goal is to become a Forensic Psychologist in the states. My question is, is this possible? Will pursuing a Ph.D. in the states in the field of Forensic Psychology help me obtain licensure and green card in order to stay on and practice? If so, what is the green card procedure?
I am enrolling in a school that offers international students with full time CPT to work for 3 years and study simultaneously. Will I get OPT and will I be eligible under any of the three categories that EB1 have?
I completed my Ph.D. in Chemistry from India. I have five publication in that four are international publications. I gave six presentations including poster and oral. I have two years teaching experience.
Which category is good for my profile.
- Overseas Employment
- Vehicle Safety Engineer
- Impact of I-140 rejection on my husband’s H1 visa status
- Where should I send the EB-1 application package
- I-485 submission along with I-140 and EAD
- Research Assistant Professor
- I only have a few publication.
- Regarding I-485 for spouse based on approved I-140 NIW
- USCIS Updates Count of FY2010 H-1B Petition Filings
- Phd on H1b and 140