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In almost all cases the I-901 SEVIS fee is tied to your SEVIS ID. If your SEVIS ID stays the same, your SEVIS fee remains valid and you don't pay another. If you get a new SEVIS ID, you pay a new SEVIS fee. More detailed information about the SEVIS fee is on the I-901 SEVIS fee FAQ on the ICE website. Under "do I need to pay the I-901 SEVIS fee" it ...


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The potential issue is that your J-1 status only gives you authorization to perform work in the US within your J-1 program. This issue depends on whether you are physically located in the US while performing the work, regardless of the employer's location, payment method and payment location. One option which might work for you is "Occasional Lectures ...


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