The Career Center at the School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland will host a presentation on work visa options available to international graduates who wish to stay and work in the United States after graduation. The presenter will be Crystal Malik, an experienced immigration attorney who works with employers and international students all over the country. She will discuss the most common work visa options, including Optional Practical Training for F-1 students and the popular H1B visa. Topics will include strategies for the H1B quota, as well as the costs and timing of work visa processing.
The program will be held on October 12 from 12-1:15p in VMH 1207, with time for individual questions. We encourage you to attend.
Crystal Malik is an attorney in the Immigration Practice Group at McCandlish Holton based in Richmond, Virginia. Crystal assists clients with a wide variety of immigration processes including work visas and green card for university graduates, family-based immigration and humanitarian immigration options. She regularly counsels employers, career service offices and international students all over the country regarding work-related visa options for international graduates of US universities.