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Global Engagement

International Visiting Collaborators and Researchers

Visiting researchers, including post-docs, or faculty are frequently professors, researchers, or scientists with formal appointments elsewhere, who visit and collaborate with faculty members, researcher, and scientists at Rochester. Each school within the University of Rochester has specific appointment procedures for visiting faculty and post-docs, and Global Engagement will refer these cases appropriately.

Timeline

For international visitors, it can take six months—sometimes longer—to formally complete the Global Visitor Program. Because of the multiple University and government offices involved, we recommend you begin the process as early as possible.

How can I come to UR as a visiting collaborator or researcher?

To determine what process to follow, please review the below options:

If you have a faculty or postdoc appointment, the next step would be to contact the International Services Office (ISO) directly OR you may visit the ISO website.

The ISO team will work with the hosting faculty member and visitor for the on-boarding process.

Throughout the Global Visitor Program, you must complete a series of forms in order to prepare the paperwork for your arrival, including immigration documents if you are not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. To come to UR as an international visiting collaborator or researcher, you must complete all the steps in the checklist below.

To come to UR as an international visiting collaborator or researcher, you must complete all the steps in the checklist below.

Questions or concerns? Contact us at URvisitor@rochester.edu or +1 585-273-1665.

 

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