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Tax workshop for international students, staff and faculty announced

By Sherrie Voss Matthews, International Media & Marketing Coordinator

The UTSA Payroll Office and the Office of International Programs will offer a tax workshop for international students, faculty and staff who are at UTSA on non-immigrant visas, such as H1-B, F-1, J-1 or the...

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Registration

What You Will Need in Order to Register:

  • Computer with access to the Internet
  • Your UTSA student BANNER ID number (@01234567) and your myUTSA ID (abc123)
  • Review your Welcome Letter from International Student Services for the above information or call Enrollment Services at (210) 458-8000

 

Registration for Orientation:

  • Registration is required to attend New International Student Orientation.
  • Registration is free of charge.
  • Do not register twice.
  • Complete the Orientation Form.

 

Early Check-In:

Early check-in is available for the new students who meet the following criteria:

  • F-1/J-1 visa students who have completed their SEVIS transfer from their previous U.S. college or university and who have received their I-20/DS-2019 from UTSA
  • All other visa types who are currently in the U.S. or attending a U.S. college or university

Note: High school students must attend New International Student Orientation. High school students with an F-1 visa are NOT eligible for Early Check-in. High school students who hold another visa type may be eligible for Early Check-in. Call the Office of International Programs at 210-458-7202.

 

If you meet the above criteria for early check-in, register using the Early Check-in Registration Form.

 

Immigration Check-in for CAP Students

Students who hold a non-immigrant visa and who have been admitted into the Coordinated Admissions Program (CAP) may participate in an immigration check-in session during their CAP Orientation. If you are a CAP student, please register for your immigration check-in using the Early Check-in Registration Form.

Remember to bring your immigration documents to the immigration session.

Immigration documents include:

  • Your passport
  • Your visa
  • An I-94
  • Your I-20 from UTSA
  • and any USCIS notices that you may have.

 

 

 

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