F-1 Foreign Student Issues for Employers - Recording (.MP3)
With international interest in U.S. academic institutions continuing to grow, students from abroad represent a source of highly skilled talent for U.S. businesses and the economy. However, navigating the complexities of on-campus recruitment and the limitations of curricular (CPT) and optional (OPT) practical training is difficult. As hiring managers and executives demand certainty for their work force, human resources professionals and their immigration counsel need to have employer short– and long-term plans in place. The panelists will advise on how best to achieve this, discussing potential strategies for hiring and retaining foreign students throughout their programs of study and upon graduation.
- From Interview to Green Card: Form I-9 and Employment Eligibility Verification Issues
- Employment Eligibility of Foreign Students Throughout Their Studies: CPT/OPT
- STEM OPT Extensions and Training Plans
- Post-Graduation Nonimmigrant Visa Employment Options: H-1B, TPS, O-1, J-1, H-1B1/E-3
- Bridging the Gap to LPR Status During the STEM OPT Period for Non-Retrogressed Countries
- Tax Issues for Students: SSN and FICA Differences