Be sure to contact your school official regarding possibilities of employment within school up to 20 years within school campus.
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No, that is not valid grounds for applying for and obtaining employment authorization from USCIS. Do speak to your school's DSO, however, about in-campus employment possibility based on economic need, for up to 20 hours/week. Better than nothing, and you''ll be able to continue your studies.
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