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Thread: Does non-paid internship count as employment under OPT?

  1. #21
    Thanks guys, but my DSO says only paid employment counts... I'm confused...My OPT started yesterday and the 3-month internship starts on 6/1/2013. Do I need to provide any documents to show that I'm employed?

  2. #22
    Yes. Even voluntary work does.

  3. #23
    Yes I think it does

  4. #24
    I think it does. The goal of OPT is to get practical training regardless of whether you are getting paid or not.

  5. #25
    which forum is online which we have to fill out ?
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  6. #26
    Hi I recently graduated from a univ in dec.And his OPT started on Feb 5th . And I reported to the univ on April 16th as working as Sfdc devloper at ABC company(consultancy) .This company ran 2 pay check on my name even though I have not yet got a project. On June 5th I changed to XYZ company(consulatancy) .I did not find a project yet , will and I did not not report to the univ till now. that I changed the company. Will there be any problem if I changed the designation at XYZ company while reporting to the univ? ANd The pay roll is not run for June month..

  7. #27
    I just realized that my internship work agreement says that the relationship of both parties is that of independent contractors not employer/employee...does it matter? FYI, I haven't signed that agreement yet.

  8. #28
    Your message was posted anonymously on our Facebook wall at [url]http://www.facebook.com/desiopt1[/url] on July - 8th - Please review comments from other users.

  9. #29
    "Independent Contractor" means u will not work regularly as an employee, but will work as and when needed by the employer. do u know if its a full (40 hrs) or part time(20 hrs)? confirm exactly how many hours the client wants u to work.

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