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International Students Head Home with U.S. Degrees

Sing Tao Daily, news, Posted: Apr 05, 2009

NEW YORK U.S. Customs and Immigration Service will accept H1B work visa applications beginning this Wednesday. Meanwhile, a recent study shows a high percentage of international students are choosing not to stay in the United States when they graduate. The Sing Tao Daily reports on the study by Vivek Wadhwa, professor at Duke University, which shows that most of the 1,224 international students and recent graduates interviewed want to go back home. Only six percent of Indian, 10 percent of Chinese and 15 percent of European students would like to live in the United States permanently. A couple of years ago, 92 percent of Chinese and 85 percent of Indian students said they want to stay in the United States after school. International students now want to leave because they worry about the job situation here.

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