This section provides useful information if you are planning on hiring someone in another country to support your project, working abroad yourself, transferring an employee abroad, and/or hiring foreign nationals to work in the U.S. (visiting faculty, lecturers, etc.)
Many global activities require faculty and/or staff to be located permanently or for extended periods in the country of operation. Regardless of the duration of the assignment, work performed overseas can present a range of legal, financial, safety and logistical considerations that create complications and add expenses. Poor planning can result in immigration issues, tax penalties, and other avoidable costs.
Please review the information in this section carefully and consult with the designated contact listed under "Resources" on each page.