Non-Resident Alien Employment
Only certain visa classifications are
allowed to work in the United States. The visa status, employment
restrictions and required documentation are provided on the non-immigrant visa classifications page.
Work permits are required for all
on campus work by hourly students, graduate student, classified
staff and unclassified faculty and staff; and are obtained through International Student and Scholar
There are special employment tax guidelines and tax
treaties which apply to non-resident employment.
All non-resident employees are required to complete the KSU Foreign National Tax Information
There are special Requirements for Issuing
Social Security Numbers (pdf).
There are special requirements for the I-9 and non-resident aliens.
Check out the New I-9 Changes (pdf)
Samples of completed Form I-9:
Arrival/ Departure Form I-94 Automation Process
At the end of April 2013, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced
would automate the I-94 arrival/departure record. With the automated
I-94, an electronic I-94 record is created when a student/scholar arrives
at the port of entry in the U.S. The student/scholar will receive an
admission stamp in his/her passport, which will reflect the class of
admission (such as F-1, J-1, H-1B), the date of admission and the admit-to
date or D/S. A paper I-94 will no longer be issued.
At the ports of entry a handout will be distributed to notify
students/scholars about the change and provide information about the I-94
website. Students and Scholars will be directed to this website to print
out a hard copy of the I-94. You will need the hard copy of the I-94 in
order to complete the I-9.
For more information on the process, go to
Announcement of new Arrival/Departure Record Process