ISSO Bonfire Potluck at Ocean Beach!

Saturday, October 8, 2016 - 11:30pm to Sunday, October 9, 2016 - 3:30am
Ocean Beach
Firepits at Ocean Beach - Between Fulton and Lincoln - San Francisco

Join the ISSO for a fun evening on the beach with a bonfire and a potluck dinner! We will be roasting marshmallows, playing some games, and enjoying good conversation with fellow internationals over a meal. Please bring a food dish to share!

To sign up, RSVP by tomorrow using the link below. More details will be sent out to those who register for this event.

https://ucsf.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_2mhC1b7src7aYtv

We hope to see you there!!

Visa Considerations for U.S. Private Industry Positions

Helen Diller 160 - Mission Bay Campus

Interested in applying for U.S. jobs in private industry but uncertain how to get started? Come meet with ISSO Adviser, Chris Flores to learn more about your visa options! In this new program, Chris will share:

  • How to identify companies that may hire foreign nationals
  • Visa options and considerations
  • Ways to respond to “Do you need visa sponsorship?” at varying points of the application process

Join us as we share tips and resources to help you navigate the process.

H-1B Orientation - Mission Bay

Genentech South 204
Mission Bay

Greetings!

All recent H-1B holders at UCSF are required to attend an H-1B orientation session. Here you will learn about how to maintain your legal status, traveling abroad while on an H-1B, how to apply for an H-1B visa stamp at a U.S. Embassy/Consulate and many other things you need to know while living in the U.S. and working at UCSF in H-1B status.

Host: Chris Flores, International Scholar Advisor

Location: Genentech South 204,Mission Bay

Time: 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (PST)

H-1B Orientation Parnassus

Medical Sciences 157
Parnassus

Greetings!

All recent H-1B holders at UCSF are required to attend an H-1B orientation session. Here you will learn about how to maintain your legal status, traveling abroad while on an H-1B, how to apply for an H-1B visa stamp at a U.S. Embassy/Consulate and many other things you need to know while living in the U.S. and working at UCSF in H-1B status.

Host: Chris Flores, International Scholar Advisor

Location: Medical Sciences 157, Parnassus

Time: 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (PST)

J Visa Orientation Mission Bay

Mission Hall 1400
Mission Bay Campus

Greetings!

Now that you are a part of the UCSF community, there are many things you will both need and want to know about being a J-1 Exchange Visitor at UCSF. The J-1 Orientation will provide much useful information about being in the J-1 program, such as traveling during your program, employment and reimbursement policies, extending your program, and other helpful information about living (and having FUN) in San Francisco and doing research at UCSF.

H-1B Orientation - Mission Bay

Byers Hall 215 (QB3) BH215 Mission Bay

Greetings!

All recent H-1B holders at UCSF are required to attend an H-1B orientation session. Here you will learn about how to maintain your legal status, traveling abroad while on an H-1B, how to apply for an H-1B visa stamp at a U.S. Embassy/Consulate and many other things you need to know while living in the U.S. and working at UCSF in H-1B status.

Host: Chris Flores, International Scholar Advisor

Location: Byers Hall 215 (QB3) BH215

Time: 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (PST)

Export Control Attestation for H-1B

 

On February 20, 2011, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) added an additional export compliance attestation that will affect all H-1B petitions. This attestation requires employers to confirm that they have reviewed the U.S. export control regulations and have determined whether a license is required to release controlled technology or technical data to the sponsored worker. The U.S. export control regulations are not new. USCIS is now requiring that all hiring institutions review the regulations as they pertain to an international employee’s position and sign a compliance certification (attestation) as part of the H-1B visa process.

Please, submit the form below as part of your H-1B request packet:

Export Control Attestation Form signed by PI

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