This is very informative. Thank you. Just one clarification. Will my studies be automatically viewed as incidental beacause I have received full time employment? Or will my full-time studies still be viewed as the primary reason I'm in the US regardless of my change in status? Will this effect my chances to change my visa status?
Thanks again. Robyn
Great, this is very clear! Lastly, do you have a guideline as to what should be included in the letter of employment to show at the border? Are there any other documents I should bring apart from my passport and existing visa information?
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