Nationwide hundreds of thousands of international students are in the United States on temporary visas (i.e., not U.S. citizens or permanent residents). These students have many assets to offer employers, including their multicultural and/or multilingual skills, their ability to adapt to a challenging situation, confidence to be successful and their advanced education. This brochure is designed to provide an overview for employers hiring international students.
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