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ISO 2013

Welcome!
by Deborah Kaltman on 13 January 2014

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Transcript of ISO 2013

Employment
Immigration
Travel
Resources
Student groups
The International Office
Passport
Make continual progress
Report changes
Please tell your IO advisor if you:
Need to change academic level or academic program
Transfer to another U.S. institution.
Plan to graduate early
Plan to take time off
F-2 dependents
J-2 dependents
Before you leave the U.S., make sure you have all your necessary re-entry documents:
Passport (valid at least 6 months into the future)
Unexpired F-1/J-1 visa stamp with unused entries
I-20/DS-2019 with valid travel signature

Plan ahead!
Advisor signs here
SAMPLE
SAMPLE
Advisor signs here
Spouses & Families
Evanston
630 Dartmouth Place

Chicago
710 N. Lakeshore Drive
Abbott Hall- Suite 1012

maps.northwestern.edu
http://www.northwestern.edu/caesar/
Click on the "country" hyperlink to change the country
Permanent address: your foreign address
Current address: your US address

If you move: you
must
update your US address within 10 days
This is a US government requirement!
GSA: Graduate Student Association
CSSA: Chinese Students and Scholars Association
G-SALSA: Graduate Student Association for Latino and Spanish Activities
IGSSA: Indian Graduate Students and Scholars Association
IrSA: Iranian Student Association
Queer Pride Graduate Student Association
NU Cross-Cultural
Get involved!
Available for iPhone, iPod touch, Blackberry, Droid, & Palm OS
Campus maps, library resources, shuttle tracker, sports scores and more!

Travel
(Out of the US)
(In the US)
During your program
After your program
-You CAN travel in the US--
We highly recommend you do!

-Bring your passport (with US visa stamp)
and I-20/DS-2019

-Visit kayak.com or orbitz.com to find US flights
-All students receive a "grace period" after their I-20 or DS-2019 ends
F-1 students: 60 days
J-1 students: 30 days

-You can use this time to travel in the US,
but once you leave, you can't re-enter in J-1/F-1 status (even if you go to Canada or Mexico!!!)

-If you go to another country during your grace period and want to re-enter the US, you will need to get a tourist visa or visa waiver
No employment allowed!
If an F-2 is offered a job, he/she must work with the employer to change immigration statuses
Can apply for work authorization
The application process can take 3-4 months
Can work as long as the J-1 is in valid status
Remember...
No two snowflakes are exactly alike
No two international students are exactly alike
What this means:
-your friend in another program may be eligible for CPT, but you may not be
-your sister at another university may be eligible for an extension, but you may not be
-you may have to take courses in the summer, depending on your program
You are unique!
So is your F-1 or J-1 status.
If you have questions, please talk to us first.
-Passport + I-20/DS-2019
-Student Check-In Form
-Do this today or come to the IO
REQUIRED
International Spouse and Family Resource Fair
October 21 3-5 pm
Register: tinyurl.com/spousefamily2013
The mission of the International Office is to enrich the academic and cultural experience of Northwestern’s international students, visitors, employees and families.

The IO advises and supports the university’s international community; educates and collaborates with campus partners; and liaises with relevant government agencies.

We advocate on behalf of our populations to promote global educational exchange in support of the university’s strategic plan.



"The IO"
Staff
Locations
Walk-in Hours
Your
international student status =
your
responsibility!
Maintaining your international student status in 5 steps
Update your US address in CAESAR
Congratulations!
You are now eligible to work on campus (20 hrs/week during the school year)
You must still maintain valid documents...
I-20

You will have multiple I-20s...
keep all original documents!!!
We also recommend you make paper and/or digital copies.
The IO does
NOT
keep copies for you.
DS-2019
Visa Stamp
-Your visa stamp is your entry ticket to the US
-It can expire while you are here (your I-20 or DS-2019 determines how long you can legally stay in the US)
-It must be renewed outside the US (and cannot be renewed in the US)
-Canadian citizens do not have a visa stamp. This is the only difference for Canadian citizens-- all other F-1/J-1 rules apply!

Visit northwestern.edu/international for information on visa stamp renewal!
I-94 record
This is your U.S. arrival record.
Each time you re-enter the U.S., you will have a new I-94 record.
Go to
cbp.gov/i94
to retrieve and save your I-94 record
You will need this for Payroll, SSN and other offices
Save an e-copy AND print a paper copy each time you enter the US.
It is
your
responsibility to keep
your
own records!
-Should be valid at least six months into the future
-May be renewed in the U.S. (contact your country's embassy for more information)
Step 1: Check In
and Maintain Valid Documents
Step 2: Make progress
Remain registered as a full-time student every quarter/semester!
Visit our website for more information!
www.northwestern.edu/international
How can the IO help you?
Step 3: Think Ahead!
The IO is the best place to go
for advice on your F-1 or J-1 status!
There is a LOT of bad information on the internet.
If you have questions,
please ask us!
Watch out for USCIS scams.
USCIS will NOT call you on the phone!
Step 4: Follow employment rules
Step 5: Graduate!
Ask IO your advisor about...
Immigration regulations
Travel and visa stamps
Internships and jobs (more on this later)
Issues with your PI/academic advisor
Housing
Life in Evanston/Chicago
Homesickness
Campus resources
Academic goals or problems
Check In: REQUIRED
Job
Internship
Co-op
Volunteer
Gigs/performances
Starting a company
Working at a startup
On-Campus Employment
As previously discussed:
all F-1 and J-1 students are eligible to work
on campus 20 hrs/wk during the school year
and
20+ hrs/wk during vacations and summer
CPT
REQUIRED for any employment that is
a) off-campus
b) during your academic program
OPT
Work authorization AFTER you graduate
(12 months for all, 29 months for STEM)
AT
Off-campus work authorization
during your program
and after you graduate
F-2/J-2 employment
ALL
of these are considered
"employment"
by US federal regulations
(paid OR unpaid!)
(Curricular Practical Training)
REQUIRES
a) a job offer
b) a related course
c) at least 3 quarters of enrollment done
d) IO authorization (takes 3-5 business days)
e) you must apply BEFORE your job starts
www.northwestern.edu/international
For F-1 students only
(Optional Practical Training)
For F-1 students only
REQUIRES
a) IO authorization
b) 3+ quarters of full-time enrollment
c) a longer application process (3-4 months)
d) approval from USCIS
We hold OPT workshops every quarter!
www.northwestern.edu/international
(Academic Training)
For J-1 students only
REQUIRES
a) IO authorization
b) job offer letter
Authorized for the length of your program,
up to18 months
36 months for doctoral students
www.northwestern.edu/international

If you require additional time,
you must apply for an extension
at the IO
*at least*
2 weeks before your current end date
Know your I-20/DS-2019 end date!
More info: www.northwestern.edu/international
Apply for OPT
(remember, it takes 3-4 months!)
Welcome to Northwestern!
International Student Orientation 2013
presented by
The International Office
@ Northwestern University

Mission
Ravi Shankar, Director
Nick Seamons, Associate Director
Colleen Seaton, Assistant Director
Theresa Johnson, Coordinator
Adam Blough, Advisor
Debbie Kaltman, Advisor
Emlyn Torres, Advisor
Stephanie Cisneros, Advisor
Cara Lawson, Program Assistant
Angelica Garcia, Program Assistant
You may speak to an IO advisor during walk-in hours
without making an appointment!

Evanston: Monday-Thursday 10 am-1 pm, 2-4 pm
Chicago: Wednesday 9 am-1 pm, 2-4 pm
Find us online
www.northwestern.edu/international


Search "Northwestern University International Office"


@NUIntOff
What's next?
I need more time!
I'm traveling
I have an
internship or job
...you need to extend your I-20/DS-2019
Welcome!
Visit our website for campus and community resources: www.northwestern.edu/international/resources/
Join us for Coffee Hour every Monday (11 am @ Globe Cafe, Evanston)
Sign up for our Spouse & Family listserv

Visit our Resources page
for campus and community resources!
www.northwestern.edu/international/resources/
Undergrad
Graduate students
ISA: International Student Association
NU World Cup
Many more groups!
Visit Wildcat Connection northwestern.collegiatelink.net/
Willie the Wildcat
Northwestern University mascot
I-20s and DS-2019s
Your I-20 or DS-2019 is connected to your SEVIS record.

This document (NOT your visa stamp) determines how long you can stay in the U.S.

It is very important!
toward your degree!
Everyone will need a
travel signature
before leaving the US
You can get this from the IO (but not today)
PLAN AHEAD!!!
Visit our website for more information!
Download the Northwestern app (free)!
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