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post #7 of Old 07-26-2011
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Ulladh's answer makes the most sense. I work for a multinational and that is how we handle this.

If you are looking for a cute loop hole, I don't think much of that. Would it go over well, situation reversed, in your home country? I doubt it. I have known people that tried to work on a visitor's visa, while getting paid to an overseas acount; they either couldn't come back or it got very complicated. They didn't get bagged per se, but the INS folks sniff that out when some is here too long. You need to tell the truth.

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