International Student Populations

National Resources

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services - If you wish to pursue full-time academic or vocational studies in the United States, you may be eligible for one of two nonimmigrant student categories.

H-1B Program Data - The Office of Foreign Labor Certification has begun releasing program disclosure data on a quarterly basis on their OFLC Case Disclosure Data page. Data for program years 2008 and newer can be accessed there.

MyVisaJobs - Want to work and live in United States? We provide customized work visa solution based on your profile and analysis of visa job database.

UNC Resources

GoinGlobal - provides country/area guides, H1B visa information, an employer directory and global job/internship postings. GoinGlobal Career Guides and the Global Key Employer Directory are updated continually. This massive research tool contains more than 10,000 resources for finding employment in the US and abroad.

International Student and Scholar Services - Our group is here to help members, make friends, meet people from around the world, pursue interesting activities and explore Chapel Hill.

International Friends - is a student organization whose purpose is to welcome international students to America, help ease their transition, create opportunities for cross-cultural learning and friendship, and be a resource to students on their spiritual journey.

Carolina International Relations Association (CIRA) - CIRA aims to foster thought, discussion, and debate on various international issues, such as international security, social/economic progress, and human rights.

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