If on-campus employment is not available or insufficient, and the F-1 student is experiencing severe economic hardship "due to unforeseen circumstances beyond their control," one may apply to the USCIS for an off-campus work permit based on Economic Hardship. This work permission is valid with any employer, and it typically issued in one year allocations. The authorized F-1 may work for up to 20 hours while school is in session and may work full-time during breaks and vacations (with no effect on campus eligibility). Employment based on Economic Hardship is institution specific.
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1189 Beall Avenue, Wooster, Ohio 44691. (330) 263-2000
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