My husband will be travelling to US on H4 in May.He want to do MS after coming here. 1)How much time it will take to convert H4 to F1? 2)Can he start going to college in H4 status as soon as he come here.Once H4 to F1 COS is completed can he continue studying with F1 Visa in same course,so that there is no need for him to waste the time by sitting idle in COS time. 3)Is he eligible for OPT if he study with H4 visa?
She can study with h4 visa, no problem. Processing times are on uscis website. There is never a need to waste any time, life is too short.
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I agree with Attorney Segal.
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1. Estimated processing times are always as posted on the USCIS website.
2. There is no prohibition against H-4s studying.
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He should not enter on H-4 if he will apply to change status to F-1 within a couple of months.
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