1. Only if doing so does not cause you to violate your H-1B status.
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1. Only if doing so will not cause you to be out of status. 2. Depends on the State's residency requirements.
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H-1s can attend school on a full or part time basis as long as they work legally for an H-1 petitioner. In state tuition is not an immigration question and you will need to check on the in state tuition rules in Georgia, or with the school.