To be lawfully employed at City of Hope, we offer visa assistance and sponsors to eligible foreign nationals. Please note: City of Hope does not sponsor green cards for nurses.
All About Visas
Find out about visas, the differences in a visa's period of validity and an applicant's foreign national status, and visa exemptions.
A variety of visa types are sponsored each year by City of Hope to meet the needs of our diverse work force and student body.
Explore government and private sector resources to learn more about resources outside of City of Hope.
Obtain EAD and SSN Cards and Check Case Status
Find out how to apply for a work permit that proves your eligibility to work at City of Hope.
Find out how to apply for a Social Security number and obtain a Social Security card.
Check on the status of your visa application through United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Case Status Service.
Explore City of Hope
Find out why the best and the brightest come to work at City of Hope. Learn about open positions, campus and laboratory facilities, and library services.
Our unique interdisciplinary program awards Ph.D.s in basic and translational biomedical disciplines.
Discover the multiple resources and rewarding opportunities that City of Hope offers its postdoctoral fellows.
*These pages are provided as an informational resource only. Because immigration laws and procedures are complex and subject to change at any time, City of Hope cannot guarantee the ongoing accuracy of this information. Although City of Hope employs an immigration specialist, you may wish to consult your personal attorney regarding the immigration and visa process.