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Student from India on F-1 visa deported for working illegally in restaurant

Student from India on F-1 visa deported for working illegally in restaurant

Most universities allow the students to work legally once they are on a curricular practical training (CPT) or optional practical training (OPT) programs. And in these cases, they are not deported. Students are being scrutinized heavily now.

Authorities are even going back to universities and checking on student attendance, checking with local part time jobs and deporting students now. As there are ample part time jobs, most students take up jobs on landing there. Shocked by the recent deportations, many students have already left jobs.”

The report said deported students share stories of how “intense combing on all part time illegal jobs in places like gas stations, supermarkets and eateries have prompted many of their friends to give up on the $ 5- 6 per hour jobs that many survive on”

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