Someone recently asked: "Tell me about non-clinical opportunities for international medical graduates (IMGs or FMGs)"
The opportunities are mostly the same when you're looking at things related to medical communications, consulting, writing, etc. In most of these cases, you don't need an active US medical license. Hence, whether you are an international graduate or a US graduate, the opportunities may be very similar. I'm not going to get into issues related to getting a work Visa because that's an entirely complex topic in and of itself.