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As a family man currently settled in the Philippines, I want to further my Software Engineering career and success for my family (I want to do it along with my wife and baby as I don’t want to miss his early years). Is there a way to get a Masters Degree in CS/IT in the USA while at the same time working part-time to sustain my family needs? I want to explore H1B as an opportunity in the future.

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Working for the university you are attending in some limited capacity (say, <= 20 hours/week) is generally possible.

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    Which US visa will allow this sir to take my family together with me and allow me to work while taking part-time Masters Degree in the USA? – youinc Sep 11 '18 at 7:02
  • In addition, I suppose part-time study is permissible in H-1B status. @youinc Student visas and H-1B visas both have provision for dependents. For example, dependents of a J-1 visa holder can apply for J-2, and dependents of an H-1B holder can apply for an H-4. – phoog Sep 11 '18 at 7:19
  • You have to be a full-time student if on a F-1 visa, so the part-time work will be in addition to a full course load. That's usually around 12 credit hours. – mkennedy Sep 12 '18 at 21:34

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