top of page
  • Writer's pictureRefar Rahat

FAQ Hiring International Employees: Key Benefits of Working With International Workers

With ISHC, you are assured of easy tapping into a pool of global talent, and accessing the best candidates for the job in a safe and secured manner. We provide you with sufficient risk mitigation, engaging and retaining your international workforce with 100% compliance with all legal and financial obligations. With us, onboarding of your new employees will be carefully and properly carried out within a short time.

  • What do Companies need to know about Hiring Internationally?

There are several things businesses around the world must know about employing globally. International hiring brings about workplace diversification, improved productivity, and performance, quick growth, creativity, and innovation, etc. However, companies also need to know that this process must be carefully carried out without mistakes but with proper adherence to regulations.

  • What are the Challenges Associated with International Hiring?

Various problems are associated with overseas hiring, among them are inadequate compliance, processing of employment and travel documents, onboarding, differences in policies and regulations, man management, etc.

  • What is Offshoring?

Offshoring is the practice of hiring companies or employees in other countries. It also refers to the process of outsourcing jobs to talents from other countries. Offshoring is usually carried out by companies in industrialized countries to seek talents with lower costs in developing nations.

  • Who is considered a foreign national?

A foreign national is an individual who is not a citizen (which refers to their legal status) or national (which refers to their place of birth) of a specific country. In terms of employment in the United States, a foreign national (also known as a foreign employee or foreign worker) is an employee or independent contractor who works in the United States but is not a naturalized U.S. citizen

  • How many foreign workers a company can hire?

There is no set maximum for how many foreign workers an organization can hire; however, that doesn't mean you won't face any limitations. Business owners seeking to hire foreign nationals will need to pay close attention to current immigration processes.

  • Can you hire someone without a work visa?

Sort of. Yes, you can technically hire a foreign national who doesn't have a work visa. However, they can't start working for you until they have one. If the foreign worker does not have a work visa at the time of hire, you will have to sponsor them or help them get a work visa before their official start date.

  • What kind of jobs qualifies hiring foreign workers?

Numerous temporary and permanent jobs qualify for foreign labor certification. These can include jobs such as specialty professional specialty work (e.g., architects, engineers, therapists and healthcare workers), temporary or seasonal agricultural labor (e.g., farm workers), and temporary or seasonal nonagricultural labor (e.g., housekeepers and cooks).

  • How to hire foreign workers?

1. Acquire certifications.

You need to acquire certifications and permission to recruit foreign workforce as per your countries law and regulations. You need to proof that with your countries workforce you can't full fill your company's requirements, to produce more your company needs foreign workforce. The you can be able to meet the requirements of acquiring foreign workers

2. Recruit and interview foreign workers.

The hiring process for foreign workers will look a little different from the typical hiring process you use for your country's citizens. Keep this in mind as you post on job boards, review resumes, and conduct job candidate interviews. The overall process can also take much longer. The candidate will need to be approved for their visa before you can officially hire them, and this paperwork could take a while.

3. Acquire Workforce.

Your foreign national employee will need a work visa from Immigration Services before they can legally work in the country you want to bring them in. If they already have one, you can verify their work authorization with Immigration Services. If they don't, you may have to sponsor their work visa, which will take a lot more time and effort on your part.

4. Comply with Tax Laws.

Tax laws varies country to country but the basic laws are same for almost everywhere. You can find it out with the taxation authorities in your country.

Hiring a foreign national employee can greatly benefit your business as well as the life of the employee. Every business should strive for a diverse workplace, and hiring a foreign employee is one way to get there.

If you have any further queries, feel free to reach us anytime!


bottom of page