Coralville, IA asked in Immigration Law for Iowa

Q: Continued to Previous Questions.

The Question No 2) After OPT period I planned to continue my education and joining four years US Institution and earned Bachelor Degree in DIFFERENT MAJOR WHICH IS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION THAT IS NOT RELATED TO STEM. After that, I will again apply for OPT. So during that time can I eligible to work in IT companies? Because at that point, I will have Associate in Computer Science and Bachelor in Business Administration.I want to know your views since both the degree I would be earned from the US institution so, in that case, would I get opportunities to work in both field related Computers and Business? And Can I eligible get OPT extension if I had not got on Associate Degree level.

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Shan Dimitris Potts
Shan Dimitris Potts
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Glendale, CA

A: Although you may not get OPT for the second time but what kind of work you do during your OPT does not matter, you should only worry about it when you are applying for a work visa.

All the best.

-Shan Potts

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