CSULA Employment Sponsor Guidelines
The International Office assists CSULA departments and units by advising potential hires who need employment authorization on immigration regulations and visa options. In some cases, we work with outside attorneys to strategize each employee's case, review and sign immigration documents, and ensure compliance with CSULA policies. The International Office represenrs CSULA in dealing with USCIS and other government agencies, and ensures that the University complies with laws and regulations in processing employment-based visa petitions.
Only the International Office is authorized to sign immigration documents on behalf of CSULA. Unauthorized signatures can result in the denial of the petition.
The International Office assists with the following employment base visa options: