H1B Visas

Strategy for your U.S. Job Search as an International Student

Recommeded databases and books as you start your U.S. career research: 

Vault:  10 Job Search Tips for International Students for 2017

Wall Street Oasis: Video tutorials include Recuriting Strategies for International Students/Professionals

The International Advantage: Get Noticed. Get Hired!
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LinkedIn for International Students
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Power Ties: The International Student's Guide to Finding a Job in the U.S.
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The International MBA Student's Guide to the U.S. Job Search
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3 Steps to Your Job in the USA : Go from F-1 to H-1B
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4 Weeks to Your American Dream Job
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Lists of US Companies that Sponsored H1Bs last year

Many international students seek a list of companies who are willing to consider sponsoring visas.

Going Global compiles this data for easy browsing.  You can search and view H1B sponsoring companies by industry, company, location, and job title.  Be aware, the wage data is based on prevailing wage data.  

Going Global gets all their data from the US Department of Labor's Foreign Labor Certification (FLC) Case Disclosure Files. This includes all companies who have applied to sponsor a visa.  

To save you time, check out our lists of H1B sponsoring companies.

For ease of access, we have 4 different popular data sorts, updated Summer 2017:

  1. All H1B certified applications, with bachelors or higher degree required
  2. H1Bs in the common BBA salary range
  3. H1Bs in the common MBA salary range
  4.  H1Bs in the greater Atlanta metro area

 For all files, use your Emory log in.

Want more tips? Watch our 5:49 video with a few of our top tips! 

Locate firms with locations both in the US and internationally

Uniworld: American Firms Operating in Foreign Countries & Foreign Firms Operating in the United States

Create customized lists of domestic companies that have a have operations in over 200 countries.  Search by country, region, state, company name, industry codes and revenue.  Results include parent contact information (address, contact names, sales, number of employees, etc.) and the subsidiary operation contact information; the operations can be wholly or partially owned, subsidiaries, affiliates or branches. 

Nexis

Identify companies based on parent and subsidiary location, and includes 182,000 companies, with 62,000 international parent companies.

Find more sources > Directory of Corporate Affiliations

Search: Parent (country) and United States

for example: Parent (Spain) and United States

Accent Reduction

Want to enhance your business English , in writing or speaking? Emory has several helpful services: 

Goizueta's Business Writing Center can help with business writing ranging from cover letters and course work. 

Accent reduction classes are available through the Center for Lifelong Learning.

Also, check out the CMC's recommendations for several free on-line sources such as the BBC's Learning English 

Other Emory resources to explore include:

Learning Languages

Students enrolled at Emory are considered DeKalb County residents and have access to Mango Languages through the DeKalb County Public Library.

See the DeKalb County Public Library's databases page under "Language Learning" for more information. You may access the resource remotely with your library card. 

  • "The basic course (10 lessons) focuses on polite greetings and small talk and is perfect for patrons who are planning a short trip to a foreign country, or for those who want to get a taste of a foreign language and culture.
  • The complete course (100 lessons) is designed for patrons who already know the basics of a culture and a language, and want to increase their vocabulary, improve grammar and speak more fluently."

International Networking

Do you want to work outside the U.S. or for a multi-national company? Consider interning or volunteering with a consulate's trade representative or a foreign chamber of commerce. 

  • Global Georgia  - The State of GA. has overseas offices and many countries have consultants and trade offices in Atlanta. Check the Events Calendar as well as People & Companies in the News.
  • World Trade Center of Atlanta - Check out the Events and News section.   Volunteer at an event, read the newsletter to learn about other organizations. WTC is part of a global network - check for an office in a state or country of interest to you.