H-1B Workers-Office of International Education - Carnegie Mellon University

H-1B Workers

OIE Handout on H-1B Specialty Occupation (.pdf)

See attached PDF handout.

General Information

What is H-1B status and who can be employed in this non-immigrant status?

Conditions and Limitations

Some issues to consider when applying for H-1B status.

Application Process

Two parts to the H-1B application. Also, issues for H-1B employees at Carnegie Mellon.

Maintenance of Status

Information on how to maintain legal status.

Employment Issues for H-1B Workers

Transfer and extension of H-1B employment and work for multiple employers.

Obtaining a Social Security Number

H-1B employees must have a US Social Security Number to work in the US.

OIE Services

Required check in and other helpful services.

Last Updated On: January 10, 2017