From Human Resources
Please read both of the attachments: Hiring a Nonresident Alien, and J1 Exchange Visitor Program Information and Checklist before any offers of employment are made. It is vital that CCA follow the outlines set by the government in order to hire non citizens. If we fail to do so we could lose our ability to hire, and lose our Exchange Visitor program altogether.
It is of utmost importance that when you do complete the checklist, it is completed in full, for each person coming to the U.S. HR cannot assume that because someone was born in one country they are a permanent resident of that country.
This process must happen well in advance of someone needing to come to CCA as it can take several weeks or even months to process the proper documentation to allow them to obtain a visa to work for us.
You may not make a hiring assumption regarding someone who is not a citizen, but currently working at another institution or organization, because the visa they have obtained to work there might not always allow them to also work for us or another employer.
If you have any questions about hiring a non U.S. citizen to work at CCA please contact Human Resources in advance of any actions.
Associate Vice President of Human Resources
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