On May 10, 2016, the new DHS final rule that allows certain F-1 STEM students who have elected to pursue 12 months of optional practical training (OPT) in the United States to extend the OPT period by 24 months will take effect. Join AILA for a web seminar on April 13, 2016, at 2:00 pm (ET) to learn how to advise employers and individuals in light of these changes. The panelists will discuss how the new STEM OPT regulations will alter current practice, how to assist employers in devising a compliant training program on the new Form I-983, how to explain and document employer obligations under the new rule, and more.

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