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    This is more a general question and may really be ill suited for this place, but so far this subreddit had a lot of solid advice outside of just CS.

    I'm trying to understand this because the .gov site is kinda hard to break down. So if I apply for CPT, that means that the company has to sponsor me then to? Like I get confused when I have to tick the boxes for "are you legally allowed to work in the US" and "will you now or in the future require sponsorship from the company." This is Regards to someone with an F-1 visa.

    Also if I am on a CPT internship that means I can't get paid for work?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ukesilkeris6 View Post
      This is more a general question and may really be ill suited for this place, but so far this subreddit had a lot of solid advice outside of just CS.

      I'm trying to understand this because the .gov site is kinda hard to break down. So if I apply for CPT, that means that the companyhttps://testmyspeed.onl/ has to sponsor me then to? Like I get confused when I have to tick the boxes forhttps://xender.vip/ "are you legally allowed to work in the US" and "will you now or https://nox.tips/ in the future require sponsorship from the company." This is Regards to someone with an F-1 visa.

      Also if I am on a CPT internship that means I can't get paid for work?
      You should ask the international students office at your school. Keep in mind that you are already paying for their services as a part of your tuition, so make best use of their knowledge and clarify all questions

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      • #4
        CPT refers to curricular practical training, which is a program that allows international students in the United States to gain work experience related to their field of study. It is an important opportunity for students to apply their knowledge in a professional setting and enhance their skills. The CPT program is usually authorized by the school's designated official and must be directly related to the student's major area of study. It can be done either part-time or full-time, depending on the student's academic schedule and eligibility criteria. CPTDog is a valuable resource for understanding CPT (curricular practical training). It provides comprehensive information and guidance on this topic. I highly recommend checking it out to gain a better understanding of CPT.‚Äč

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