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Cambridge gets to know about the Westgate Culinary Club

April 2, 2012

The story about the Westgate Culinary Club members and their dependent visa restrictions got published in the Cambridge Chronicle last Thursday.

Here’s the link to the article.

Majority of the members are on F-2 visas while the rest are on J-2 visas. While the club members who are on J-2 visas can work or study during their stay in the United States, those on F-2 visas are barred from engaging in paid employment. But they can  enroll in study which is avocational or recreational in nature, which means they cannot pursue a full-time or part-time degree program.

The article  highlights these restrictions and points out why such restrictions are set.

From Left: Jorge Enrique Jiménez, Hongwei Zhao, Alice Umugwaneza, Yue Wu, Catherine Adans-Dester, Shilpa Mohan Ullikashi, Debasmita Dutta, Priyanka Saodekar, Li Theng Lee, Teo Pei Tze, Min Lu and Jassy Goh.

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