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A little sleuthing at the wayback machine shows that California was not actually certified compliant with Real ID until May 25th of this year. Before that, they were for a brief while "under review," before which they were operating under an extension. Their failure to print "limited term" on limited term licenses, as required by 6 CFR 37.21(e) may have ...


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This is a tricky situation. The rules regarding remote work and employment at third-party locations changed twice within the last year. Actually you might even have heard in the news about these changes. The latest policy update allows for third party site locations if you maintain a bona-fide employee-employer relationship and the STEM training is provided ...


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Yes, you should be able to work "remotely" (I am not aware of anything that would disallow this). You can even be self employed under F1 OPT. Be sure that: You are actually employed with a contract (a max. of 90 days unemployment makes your presence illegal) You have a valid address (NOT a PO Box) that you keep current and always update via USCIS You log ...


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