Special resources for international students.
To gain an overview of the process, understand the challenges and find resources to assist you, review the
International Job Search Guide [PDF].
Identify companies who have petitioned for H-1B visas by geographic region, functional area and more. Use this site to create a targeted list of companies or identify if the company you are applying to has hired international talent. Contains job postings for international candidates. Go to MyVisaJobs.com.
Access country-specific career and employment information including world-wide internship and job postings, H-1B employer listings, corporate profiles, and career resources for 30 countries. To access Going Global, you will need to follow the steps below:
Provided by the U.S. government, the Foreign Labor Certification Data Center discloses relevant information about H-1B petitions by companies in recent years. This resource shares a lot of information about the petitions including the companies who hired internationals, jobs titles, salaries, cities of the companies, as well as the locations where the hired person is working, and more. If this company hired an international candidate before, they should be on your list to investigate. Note: review the tab marked Disclosure Data, then scroll down to LCA Programs (H-1B). The entire website has helpful information about H-1B and permanent resident filings. Explore the full site for more information. Go to the Foreign Labor Certification Data Center.
Review employers who have hired international graduates from the University at Buffalo School of Management. Companies Hiring International UB Graduates [PDF]
These directories are available in Lockwood Library on UB's North Campus.
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