That seems to be correct. To be absolutely sure, however, this type of question should be posed to the university's foreign student advisor.
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That sounds correct. As Attorney Behar has suggested, check with you Designated School Official. You can always check back here afterward. Best of luck to you.
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I agree with my colleagues. You should be eligible for a second OPT period but you should check with the foreign student advisor. Good luck.
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