East West Horizons 

Helping International Students Succeed.

Workshop Presentation: Download our workshop Presentation from here. 

To download it,

In Powerpoint, Click here.        In Google Slides, coming soon.

Liberty Link USA FAQ page:

Comprehensive FAQ ans answers for International students, Non-resident aliens, Foreign Investors. 


Working in the United States:  Information from the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)

The United States welcomes thousands of foreign workers in multiple occupations or employment categories every year. These include artists, researchers, cultural exchange participants, information technology specialists, religious workers, investors, scientists, athletes, nurses, agricultural workers and others. All foreign workers must obtain permission to work legally in the United States. Each employment category for admission has different requirements, conditions and authorized periods of stay. It is important that you adhere to the terms of your application or petition for admission and visa. Any violation can result in removal or denial of re-entry into the United States.  click here for more from USCIS website

FAQs About US Visas from the Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs

Descriptions on various US Visas as well as administrative filing details on how to obtain a US Visa.  Includes a glossary, alphabetical index and other links.  click here to go to the website

Travel Information for International Students and Exchange Travelers from US Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

Important details on what to bring and how to prepare for entry and exit to and from the United States.  These details are separate from and different than what is needed to obtain a US Visa, which grants status to travel to a United States port of entry but does not guarantee entry.    Entry into the U.S. is authorized or denied by CBP.  click here to go to the website

Rights and Protections for Temporary Workers from US Department of State

Important protections for temporary workers in the United States are in place.  Applicants for certain employment-based visas are required to know these details as part of their Visa application process.  Click here for the webpage and downloaded materials

Our Experts:

David K. Cheng
Hong Kong   Phone: +852 9307 3900
Shanghai Phone: +86 156 2607 6649
San Francisco Phone: +1 650 387 3948
Fax: 866-451-0472

 June Scortino  
Ivy Counselors

Steven Yeh
 SY Associates