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					International Orientation
      Your Journey to Pratt Institute,
      a US Education, and Success
• Pratt Institute’s Admissions Office
  • Acceptance to Pratt Institute
• Office of International Affairs (OIA)
  • Obtain SEVIS I-20 or DS 2019
  • Completion Date, Major, Funding, Name,
    Address
  • *How OIA works
• The Department of State (DOS)
  • American Embassy
     • Your key to the USA (the F1, J1, other entry
       visa)
     • Exchange Visitor Program
• Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
  • ICE – The Bureau of Immigration and Customs
    Enforcement
     • Responsible for adjudication of most applications and petitions
  • CIS – The Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services
     • Responsible for Immigration Investigations, detention,
       Removal, intelligence and SEVIS
  • CBP – The Bureau of Customs and Border Protection
     • Responsible for immigration inspection at US ports
     • ***I-94 card
     Check-In with OIA
• International Student Clearance
  (What we need to determine?)
• Your Status (F1, J1 and others) I-94 card
• Your F1 or J1 entry visa
• Your Passport
• Your SEVIS I-20 or DS 2019
• Transfer Students
• Pratt Institute Universal Email System
   • All students will be assigned a Pratt email address-
     must use for all Pratt business
   • Help Desk: 718-636-3765
   • Engineering room 6E

   • One Key: system to log in to everything at Pratt
      • Email and password (ID#, then can change)
      • My.pratt.edu – click on “One Key”

• Office of International Affairs Email List
  Account
   • All international students must subscribe to the OIA
     email list account
                    Checklist
   International Student Clearance (details)
   Take English Exam
   Receive English Exam Results
   Get Medical Clearance
   Academic Advisement
   Register for Classes
   Pay Your Bill
   I.D. Card
   Register in SEVIS
Why we do what we do
SEVIS (Student and Exchange
 Visitor Information System)

 • SEVIS Registration – Mandated
   Deadlines
 • Termination of Your Status
Maintaining Your Status in the
        United States
   • Full-time course of study
   • Making Normal Progress in your program
     of study
   • Address changes (local and your
     permanent address abroad)
   • Filing Taxes (Internal Revenue Services - IRS)
    Exception to Full-Course of
              Study
•    Illness or Medical Condition
•    Initial Difficulty with the English Language
•    Initial Difficulty with Reading Requirements
•    Unfamiliarity with American Teaching Methods
•    Improper Course of Study in Current Term
•    *Graduate Student who has completed all
     course work, working on thesis only
•    *Concurrent Enrollment
    Loss of F1 or J1 status
•    Termination of Your Status in SEVIS
•    Reinstatement
      Need More Time?
•   Extension of Stay
Benefits of Maintaining Your
           Status
•       Work on-campus
    •     *Social Security Card (details)
    •     October 1
•       Off-Campus Work Options
    •     Curriculum Practical Training (Paid Internship)
    •     Pre-Completion Practical Training
    •     Post-Completion Practical Training
    •     Severe Economic Hardship
MAINTAINING YOUR
SOCIAL STATUS
NYS Drivers License
A valid driver license from another country is
  also valid in NYS. You do not need to apply for
  a NYS driver license unless you become a
  resident of NYS.
  – According to this law, students from other states or from other nations
    who attend school in NYS are normally not considered residents of NYS.



According to NYS law, a resident of another
  country can get a NYS driver license. The DMV
  does not recommend this because:
  – NYS recognizes your foreign driver license if you remain a resident
    of the nation that issued the license. You do not need to have a
    NYS driver license to drive in NYS unless you become a resident of
    NYS.
  – If you have a driver license from any nation except Canada, you
    must pass a written test, complete a 5-hour pre-licensing course
    and pass a road test to qualify for a NYS driver license. See "New
    Drivers - How to Apply".
– You must show a Social Security Card. If
  you are not eligible for a Social Security
  Card, you must provide a letter or form
  SSA-L676 from the US Social Security
  Administration (SSA) that states that you
  are not eligible. The SSA Letter or form
  must have been issued no more than 30
  days before the date of your application.
  You must also show the Immigration and
  Naturalization Service (INS) documents
  that the SSA used to determine that you
  are not eligible for a Social Security
  Card. Read the specific requirements on
  the identification requirements page.
– When you receive your NYS driver license,
  you must surrender your foreign driver
  license to the DMV road test examiner. The
  local DMV office keeps your foreign driver
  license, and then destroys the license after
  60 days. If you plan to return to your home
  country and use your foreign driver
  license, ask the road test examiner how to
  make sure that your foreign driver license
  is not destroyed. If you need to get your
  foreign driver license, go to the local DMV
  office where you applied for your NYS
  driver license.
International Driving Permit: An
International Driving Permit is not a driver
license. The permit only verifies that you hold
a valid driver license in your home country.
Your foreign driver license, not the
International Driving Permit, allows you to
drive in NYS. Contact the authorities in your
home country to get an International Driving
Permit. If you are not a resident of the US, you
cannot apply for an International Driving
Permit in the US.
Proofs of Identity and Date of Birth
Required to Apply for a Driver License,
a Learner Permit or a Non-driver Photo
ID Card
  If you apply for a driver license, a learner
permit or a new non-driver photo ID card, and:

 If you do not have a NYS driver license or or a NYS
 learner permit that is now valid or that was valid in
 the last two years, you must show proof of identity
 that equals a value of six points, your proof of date
 of birth and your Social Security Card (see Note 1).

 If you do have a NYS driver license or a NYS learner
 permit that is now valid or that was valid during the
 last 2 years, you must only show proof of identity
 that equals a value of six points. You are not
 required to show your proof of date of birth or your
 Social Security Card. r a Non-driver Photo ID Card
See the list of proofs and their point values. One or
more of your proofs must have your signature. Each
document must be an original document or a copy of
the original document certified by the issuing
agency. You cannot use more than one document of
a specific type for points. For example, three credits
cards do not equal three points. They equal one
point. The DMV does not accept any document with
any alteration. The DMV can confiscate altered
documents and keep the documents for evaluation.
The DMV will keep any document that appears
fraudulent and can seek criminal prosecution
against the person who used the document.

A suspended driver license or a suspended learner
permit is accepted for proof of identity.
  Social Security and DMV
Note 1: If you are not eligible for a Social Security
Card, you must provide a letter or form SSA-L676
from the US Social Security Administration (SSA)
that states that you are not eligible. The SSA letter or
form must have been issued no more than 30 days
before the date of your application. You must also
show the Immigration and Naturalization Service
(INS) documents that the SSA used to determine that
you are not eligible for a Social Security Card.

Note 2: If you did not provide a Social Security
Number to the DMV for a previous transaction, you
must show your Social Security Card with your
application. If you are not eligible for a Social
Security Card, use the instructions in Note 1.
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The End
    International Student Clearance
  International Student Clearance
Office of International Affairs (OIA)
Tues 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM
Wed 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM and 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM
(Thursday - All Student Orientation – OIA will not see students
   for clearance)
Fri 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
 All international students in statuses A-V must update their file at
   the OIA. All students must
 bring their passport and I-94 card, I-20 (F students) or DS 2019 (J
   students) Students will fill-in an address form and hand in a
   completed Responsibility Form. Students will receive a clearance
   slip to register for classes.
        Social Security Number
   After SEVIS registration
   After job offer on-campus
   Three (2) letters needed
    – One from supervisor
    – One from Gloria Harrell from Student Employment Office, and
       signed by an advisor at the Office of International Affairs.
 Apply for Social Security Number in person in borough
  where you live
 Receive card in mail within 6 weeks
 No cost for card
              On Campus Work
   Two kinds of jobs on campus
     – Student Help (Undergrad., and Grad. students), paid by
       the hour, paid by-weekly,
     – Graduate Assistant (Grad. Students Only)- awarded by
       department, $12/hr, paid twice /semester, no time sheets
   To get a job, you can ask your department, look for signs on
    campus, or visit the student employment office in Dekalb
    Hall, rm. 103.
   Limited to 20 hours per week (part-time).
   You cannot work for two student help jobs, or a student help
    job and a grad. assistant job.
   You can have two grad assistant jobs.
   You can start to work after you get your social security
    number.

				
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