Do you want to work in the United States this summer? Be sure to confirm proper working papers before applying with SummerJobs.com employers in the US.
One of the following non-immigrant Work Visas is required for temporary work by foreign students in the US:
Make your US work experience easier!
Team up with CIEE (the Council on International Educational Exchange) to facilitate proper work visas. You can find them online at:
For more information on International employment:
AboutJobs.com Tips for International Employment: What You Must Know
The AboutJobs.com Country-By-Country Guide: For Work Permit and Visa Information
Working in the United States
What you'll need: visa, work permit
Remember, a visa does not guarantee entry into the country. Before you can apply for a visa, your employer must receive approval for a work permit (employment authorization document). Detailed information on US work visas is available online at: http://travel.state.gov/visa/visa_1750.html. We also strongly suggest that you contact your local consulate or embassy for more information.
Embassy of the US in Canada
Embassy of US in UK
Embassy of US in Australia
Temporary Work Visas
Department of State (Bureau of Consular Affairs)
Bureau of Citizenship
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