U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has published additional online resources on uscis.gov to provide an overview of some of the temporary and permanent pathways for noncitizens to work in the United States in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). This guide also highlights some of the most important considerations for STEM professionals who want to work in the United States.
- Options for Noncitizen STEM Professionals to Work in the United States;
- Nonimmigrant Pathways for STEM Employment in the United States; and
- Immigrant Pathways for STEM Employment in the United States.
The United States has long been a destination for top talent from all over the world. Our ability to attract global talent—especially in the fields STEM—has spurred path-breaking innovation, leading to the creation of jobs, new industries, and new opportunities for all Americans.