Foreign workers and visitors
H-1B temporary worker requests and I-129 certification
ORIA processes I-129 “Petition for Nonimmigrant Worker” forms, which we use as part of the H-1B/O-1 temporary worker application process. All H-1B and O-1 requests received by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) must include an I-129, regardless of discipline.
To submit an I-129, e-mail the following materials to Export.email@example.com
- a completed a copy of I-129 Petition for a Non-Immigrant Worker Export Compliance Questionnaire. The form must be signed by the ASU Sponsor and Unit Chair or Director.
- a photocopy of a current government issue photo ID of the applicant
- a resume or cv of the applicant
ORIA will then process and return the form to the department (typically within one to two business days).
For more information on the I-129 requirements, visit the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website.
Visitors and International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) controlled projects
You should complete this form for visitors that need access to an ITAR controlled project at ASU. The form is completed by the Facilities Security Officer of the organization that the visitor represents. All visitors on ITAR projects must be U.S. persons as defined by the regulations.
Additionally, ASU personnel may be asked to complete a similar type form to visit a government or industry site. Upon receipt of one of these forms from a sponsor, contact us for guidance.