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  • STEM Extension - Multiple Employers

    I work full time for desi consultancy and part time for American company on OPT. Now I've to apply for STEM extension and my DSO is saying that she can print only ONE employer info on I-20 though she had updated both the employers info in SEVIS.

    Form I-765 for STEM extension allows you to enter only one employer info. How can I enter two employers info on I-765 and How can I make sure that USCIS understands that I'm working for two employers in my STEM application ?

    Do I need to enter only one best employer info in I-765 and I-20 ? If yes, which employer do you think is the best desi or american ?
    Kindly advise

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    • #3
      It doesnt matter unless the company is e-verified to get your stem extension.. There is nothing like which is best out of it. But you can just have one on your i-20.


      • #4
        Go for american employer reason is that you can get ur h1b vry easily and you will have good benefits.


        • #5
          I faced same situation when I was on STEM - OPT extension. In my case, it was already approved for my full time employer. So only thing I had to do is tell ISSS office at my school and they updated my I-20 to reflect both employers. For your case, I would suggest - Apply with your fulltime job. It will make the process easy for them to understand. Once you get it approved, tell your DSO to update your I-20. One thing for sure, USCIS doesn't like complications.