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Executive MBA in with L1 visa [#permalink] New post 15 Feb 2010, 11:40
HI,

Is it possible to study EXe MBA in US with L1 visa( working with a company) with 4 yrs experience?
If yes then what are the points that I should take care and if no what are the options available with me.

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Re: Executive MBA in with L1 visa [#permalink] New post 17 Feb 2010, 02:11
Best option would be to contact the admissions office of any of the Exec MBA programs on your list. The answer from one school would be applicable to all.

But if you fall in the paranoid category (like me), then you'd be better off contacting more than one school.
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Re: Executive MBA in with L1 visa [#permalink] New post 17 Feb 2010, 07:52
As long as you are employed with your L1 employer, you can study part-time without obtaining a F1 visa. However, check if the schools in question will accept a L1 visa. If they require you to obtain a F1 visa, applying for a F1 visa does not automatically void the L1 visa, but check with your employer to be on the safe side. An additional benefit of checking with your employer about your Executive MBA? Many employers pay :)

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Re: Executive MBA in with L1 visa   [#permalink] 17 Feb 2010, 07:52
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