by Derek Loosvelt | May 04, 2021
“Another H-1B lottery season has come to an end. This year, the number of applications far exceeded the 85,000 allotted H-1Bs, the visas international students typically need to work in the U.S. after graduation. This means that, yet again, numerous students who wanted H-1Bs won’t get them. However, all is not lost for students who didn’t get lucky in the lottery. There’s still much they can do to keep their hopes alive of living and working in the U.S. post-graduation.
Recently, we spoke with international student career expert Marcelo Barros about what these students can do now, how a Biden presidency will likely to affect the H-1B lottery and international students’ job search, and more. Below is an excerpt of that conversation.”
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