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Office of International Aff...
International Student and S...
F-1 Status Information
Current International Students
Building 103 #101/102
F-1 Employment Information
*Non-Canadian international students in the United States who plan to travel outside of the U.S. should first check their visa their passport to make sure it is current. If it has expired, they will have to apply at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate in their...
Guideline Type: Procedures
Before you leave the United States, you must do the following: Obtain a travel signature on I-20 or DS-2019 Be sure you have obtained the signature of the Designated School Official/Responsible Officer (DSO/RO) on the third page of your I-20 (for F-1 and F-2 students)...
Guideline Type: F-1 Status
All international students are required to physically attend International Business Registration prior to registering for classes. This is a separate registration process for international students only. Before business registration is complete, all international students will be blocked from registering for classes. During business registration, International...
According to Department of Homeland Security (DHS) regulations, you are fully responsible for abiding by the rules of your F-1 student status. Gallaudet University’s International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) will try to help you understand these rules but, ultimately, it is up to you...
"Employment" is work performed or services provided in exchange for money, tuition, fees, books, supplies, room, food, or any other benefit. If you receive no pay or other benefit for work/services performed, the activity is not defined as "employment" and is considered to be "volunteer...
Effective January 1st 2003, international students may not drop below a full course of study without prior authorization from International Student Services. Full-time status means 18 credits per semester for ELI Program students, 12 credits for undergraduates, and 9 credits for graduate students. A student...
All international students must come to the Office of International Affairs (Building 103, #101) to fill out new forms required by the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System for every semester and to clear the immigration hold on their Bison account. This can be done...
Guideline Type: Registration
The U.S. Social Security program is designed for individuals who work and live in the United States. The social security number (SSN) has become an identification number routinely used by banks, phone companies, rental agencies, and other institutions. The Social Security Administration (SSA) advises companies...
Note: The following information does not apply to international students who are taking online courses while living outside of the United States. Please be aware that the Department of Homeland Security requires F-1 students to maintain a full course of study, and that the course...
International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS)
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