So if i return to India, i would have to apply for H1B again to be able to work there, right?
Also, does applying for H1B for the 2nd time have any particular advantage or disadvantage? Thank you
nmmbaabroad SaysBased on your plan, If you come back to Indian in Year 2 and stay in India (out of US) for a year, then the clock is reset. That means, Year 5 will be treated as the starting year for the new H1B you are going to get after your MBA.
After getting an H1B this year, I have a set plan for the next 7 years(if all goes according to plan)
Year 1 - Work for my company in the US
Year 2 - Back to India & work for a yr more
Year 3,4 - MBA in the US
Year 5,6,7 - Work in the US to repay my loan.
Query: H1B is valid for a max of 6 years. I think we need to return to India before applying for H1B again. How to do i manage to work in the US in the 7th year without having to return back to India for a yr? Kindly help. Thank you.
I can help all i can
Looking at this link that you posted The High Price of Admission
The Years to payback has been calculated as Total Cost/ Salary premium
Hope it helps!
ITs a US mba loan topic but still --I dropped the idea of joining HKUST inspite of 100 % scholarship(though chances are high that i might join it next year after collecting some good amount of money)
I really want to be back in india asap and thats the priority for me!!
Can anyone tell me what would be the total cost for doing an MBA in US from top20 universities...?
I referred to different websites but each one is giving different estimates.
Anyone having any idea on the following:
Duration of OPT in US post MBA? Is it 14 months ? Also anyone who completes an MBA from US gets to stay in US during OPT irrespective of whether they get a job or not ?
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