The ultimate goal of many business student visa holders is to work in the U.S. after graduation. If this is your goal, then in addition to the work you need to put into finding a job, you must also navigate the complexities of ensuring your work visa is in order. Without the required work authorization, you would be required to return to your home country. Therefore, if you are a foreign national student wishing to work in the U.S., you must do some research to determine which work visa is right for you and apply correctly.
By staying informed and up to date about the changes in U.S. Immigration policies, you will be able to target the right organizations for you and streamline your job search strategy.
Immigration is more than filling out forms; the articles listed below will provide insights into how you decide the right path for yourself. Schedule an appointment with a career coach in Handshake if you want to talk more specifically about your situation and learn about the additional resources available to you at ASU.
- Foreign students who want to work in U.S. must navigate complex visa system
- They Lost Their Jobs. Now They May Have to Leave the U.S.
- Navigating the immigration labyrinth
- Working in the US