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Triage Information
Permanent Residency ("Green Card") applications are the responsibility of departments/units. The Green Card application process should begin as soon as possible after the tenure-track position has been proffered. Failure to act within a reasonable period of time may jeopardize the employee's ability to obtain permanent residency and continue uninterrupted employment. Please refer to AHR for deadlines and procedures (https://ap.washington.edu/iso/pr.html#application_process).
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Recommended for requests submitted less than 7 months before start date (Faculty Fellows included). CASSS cannot guarantee H-1B is in place for new employee's start date.
Department and Budget Information
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Candidate Information
If yes, the candidate must be 100% FTE September 1-15. Please contact the College of Arts and Sciences for funding details.
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Allowed file types: txt rtf odf pdf doc docx xls xlsx.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: txt rtf odf pdf doc docx xls xlsx.

Application Conditions:

  • Please review the H1-B eligibility guidelines to determine that the position and candidate qualify for an H-1B visa. The offer letter should therefore contain a statement such as the following: "This offer is contingent upon determination of eligibility to for the appropriate visa type." 
  • Submission of this form serves as confirmation that the offer of employment has been reviewed and approved by all responsible offices. 
  • A department may offer to sponsor a candidate's H-1B visa; it cannot, however, make any assurances that the H-1B visa will, in fact, be granted.

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