H-1B Office Hours: Drop-in Advising Session

Drop in for 10-minute advising sessions to ask specific questions about your immigration status after reviewing the information on our website. 

Please review the information on the IFSIS website BEFORE attending to make our conversation as productive and efficient as possible.

This session is first-come, first-served and offers one-on-one conversations with IFSIS staff about your work authorization at UAB/HSF. All conversations are individual—no other UAB/HSF employees will be in the Zoom room at the same time as you and the IFSIS staff.

Dial-In Information

Meeting ID: 649 316 9205

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Friday, February 10 at 1:00pm to 3:00pm

More dates through March 15, 2024

Virtual Event
Event Type

Workshop/Educational

Target Audience

Faculty & Staff

Cost

Free

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