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J-1 Orientation / UCSF

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J-1 Orientation
For J-1 Scholars at the
University of California, San Francisco
ISSO
“Promoting respect and understanding through intercultural exchange, communication, and programs.”
J-1 Exchange Visitor Program
Which agency created the J-1 Exchange Visitor Program?
What is SEVIS?
Maintaining Your Status!
...in 5 easy steps
Your name
Where you're from
A little about the research you plan to do at UCSF
What you hope to do for fun in the USA
Kevin Long
Intl Student and Scholar Adviser

1675 Owens Street, CC290
(2nd floor of Rutter Center)
Office Hours:
M-F from 9am to 4pm
Wednesdays/Thursdays at Parnassus, 9:00-12:00
Main Line: 415-476-1773
http://isso.ucsf.edu
visa@ucsf.edu

ISSO Staff:
Brian Groves, Director (
RO
)
brian.groves@ucsf.edu
Jing Yang, (J) International Scholar Adviser (
ARO
)
jing.yang@ucsf.edu
Kevin Long, (J and F) International Student and Scholar Adviser (
ARO
)
kevin.long@ucsf.edu
Holly Nigorizawa, Outreach Coordinator/Adviser (
ARO
)
holly.nigorizawa@ucsf.edu
Chris Flores, (H1-b) International Scholar Adviser (
ARO
)
chris.flores@ucsf.edu
Russell Guajardo, International Scholar Adviser/Data Coordinator (
ARO
)
russell.guajardo@ucsf.edu

How much do you know?
U.S. Department of State
Why was it created?
To promote international education and cultural exchange
Who monitors the J-1 Exchange Program?
U.S. Department of Homeland Security

E
xchange

V
isitor

I
nformation

S
ystem

S
tudent and
Process visa documents, transfers & related issues
Report changes (address, education level, etc)
*The SEVIS fee is not our money!
Maintaining Program Objective
Carry Health Insurance
Do what you came here to do!
100% effort at UCSF
IF you are asked by your PI to participate in any off-campus activities,
please contact your J-1 adviser
to see if reimbursements/honoraria might be involved!!
Pre-written authorization from ISSO required
Must be related to your J-1 program objective
J-1 Visitors and their J-2 dependents are required by law to carry Health Insurance that meets Department of State

requirements.
See ISSO website and
http://exchanges.state.gov/
for current requirements
Passport
Form DS-2019
Change of Address
J-1 visitors are legally required to inform ISSO of a change of address and/or phone number within 10 days
Must be valid at all times during your stay, and at least
six months
into the future (12 months is recommended)
Generally renewed at your home country consulate in the US (most countries are represented here in SF)
Your SEVIS number!
International Scholar Adviser/Program Sponsor must sign DS-2019 before travel.
I-94 Arrival/Departure Record
Important Note:
Visa Stamp vs. Visa Status
The Visa Stamp
NOT RENEWABLE
IN THE USA!
Visa Stamp: Entry Permit to the U.S.
Like a “Key” to enter the U.S.
It is OKAY for Visa to expire while in the U.S.
HOWEVER!
You Will Need a Valid Visa Stamp if:
Yours has expired AND you are traveling
California ID /
Driver License

Social Security Number
Other Useful Documents
Travel Documents
Your passport will be stamped with your visa category (
J-1 or J-2
) and duration of stay ("
D/S
")
www.cbp.gov/I94
Enter your information and print your I-94
Valid Passport with expiration date at least 6 months beyond end date on DS-2019
DS-2019 – Need Travel Signature (valid for one year from the signature date).
Valid J-1 visa
Letter from Department (not required but recommended)
Social Security Number/Card
California Driver License or ID Card
You can apply for a Social Security Number with:
Passport
DS-2019
I-94
DON'T APPLY TOO EARLY!
Wait two weeks after arrival in US.
IF your J-1 program is longer than 30 days, you may apply for your CDL/ID 10 days after you check in with ISSO. You must take a
written
and
driving
examination.
Bring:
Social Security card, if you have one
Passport
I-94
DS-2019
www.dmv.ca.gov
Kevin recommends
Corte Madera or Daly City offices!
24-month bar
J-2 Dependents
May apply for work permission from USCIS.
APPLY EARLY – applications take between 2.5 – 5 months to process!
“Short-term Scholar”
vs.
“Research Scholar or Professor”
J-1 “Short-term Scholar”
J-1 “Research Scholar”
Program length up to 6 months
No extensions beyond 6 months
212(e) - 2-year home residency requirement
may
apply
Program length up to 5 years
Certain “bars” exist
24-month bar (applies to ALL)
212(e) - 2-year home residency requirement
may
apply

For Research Scholar/Professor category only
(5-year program)

Upon completion of the J-1 Research Scholar/Professor program, the exchange visitor may not return to participate in another Research Scholar/Professor category again for 24 months.

Other visa categories not prevented
Two-Year Home-Residency Requirement (212e)
(212e) cont.
Applying for the 212(e) Waiver
Early Departure
Finishing Your Program
"The End"
Welcome to San Francisco!
Monthly Activities
ACSS-ISSO English Corner
Stay Connected With ISSO
If you are subject to the two-year home physical presence requirement:
You
CAN
:
- return to the USA with other visas (tourist, F-1, J)
You
CANNOT
:
- apply for H, L, K, or Legal Permanent Residency (“Green Card”);
- apply for “change of status” within the USA
…unless you have resided in your home country for 2 years
OR

the requirement is waived.
A. Government financing and/or
B. The Exchange Visitors Skills List and/or
C. PL 94-484 (Alien Physician category)
CAUTION!
Receiving a waiver
will affect
your ability to receive future J-1 benefits, such as transfers and extensions.
DO NOT APPLY FOR THE WAIVER unless you have consulted your J-1 advisor at ISSO.
Per federal regulations, J Exchange visitors and UCSF are required to report early departures to DHS and DOS
Have your department contact ISSO
And you let us know!
30 Day Grace Period
Purpose: to enjoy your time in the U.S. after completion of program
No employment
1 exit only from US during grace period
Any questions??
Public Transportation
MUNI:
SF Municipal Transportation Agency
BART:
Bay Area Rapid Transit
Bicycles!
A new topic of discussion each week with ESL teachers
When
: Every Wednesday, 6-8PM
Location
: Parnassus Science Building, 1st Floor, Room S-163
Join Our Facebook
Visit Our Website
Get notifications of when our monthly activities occur through our Facebook page.
facebook.com/UCSFInternationalStudentsandScholarsOffice
Find valuable resources and breaking news on our website.
isso.ucsf.edu
International Students and Scholars Office (ISSO)
THANK YOU!
http://isso.ucsf.edu/immigration-visas/j-1-scholars/j-2-work-permit
J-2 Dependents
continued...
J-1 visitors must also submit their J-2 dependents' email address, including children
Parents may submit their own email address for children without email address
If your dependents complete their visit before you, ISSO must be informed of the date of final departure from the USA
In addition, if your J-2 spouse/children plan to arrive separately from you, they must check in at ISSO to have their DS-2019s validated for travel
Mailing Address:
U.S. Department of State Office of Designation Academic and Government Programs Division ECA/EC/AG SA-5, Floor C2 2200 C Street, NW Washington, DC 20522-0582
Telephone: 202-203-7131 / FAX number: (202) 632-2701
Website: http://j1visa.state.gov/
Email address: JVisas@state.gov
To register, visit:
http://warnme.ucsf.edu/
FOR
EMERGENCY POLICE RESPONSE
:
To reach UCSF police dial
9+911
from any campus phone or
476-6911
from a non-campus phone.
UCSF's alerting and warning service for students, staff, faculty and affiliates with official UCSF IDs.WarnMe is activated when there is an immediate threat to safety or health affecting the campus community. WarnMe can alert you by phone, text message email
EXCELLENT student preparedness presentation:
http://www.police.ucsf.edu/system/files/student_preparedness_weblink.pdf
UC Disaster Preparedness Checklist:
http://www.ucop.edu/risk-services/_files/emergency/selfhelp_checklist.pdf
and speaking of health
and personal safety...

http://travel.state.gov/content/visas/english/general/rights-protections-temporary-workers.html
Rights and Protections for Temporary Workers: The Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Act
Cannot remain in the US after the J-1 completes their program.
Upon arrival, the J-1 must report his/her telephone number and email address and his/her J-2 dependent(s) email address
if J-2 is a child without email address, the parent's email address may be used
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http://isso.ucsf.edu/immigration-visas/j-1-scholars/j-2-dependents
GET INVOLVED, MAKE FRIENDS, AND PLAN YOUR SAN FRANCISCO EXPERIENCE!
Want to meet fellow international friends while planning fun events at the Pub?
Join ISSO’s community building meetings!
Meetings are once per month and all are welcome!
Email
holly.nigorizawa@ucsf.edu

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