Annual Renewal

Annual Renewal

 

No Tax Treaty for Faculty and Staff

This section of Business Affairs website if for those international employees from countries that do not have a tax treaty with the United States. To confirm, please refer to the Tax Treaty Chart.

Each year, you are required to complete a UO-NRA (Foreign National Data Request Form), which allows the Payroll Office to help determine appropriate tax withholding by reviewing your current Visa status, current citizenship/residency status, and for substantial presence test determination.

Deadline: Forms are due in the Payroll Office by January 9. 2017.

Copy of Email sent to employees in November 2016

Mandatory: UO-NRA and Supporting Documents

Each UO-NRA must be accompanied by copies of the employees current I-94 card (admission/departure record) and either a DS-2019 Form (and J-1 Letter, if appropriate) or Employment Authorization Card.

  • I-94 (Admission/Departure record):
  • DS-2019 or Certificate of Eligibility for Exchange Visitor (J-1) Status is the basic document used in the administration of the exchange visitor program and is issued by the Office of International Affairs.
  • J-1 Letter A work authorization letter for those on J-1 visas is issued by the Office of International Affairs in certain situations. See Chart for details on when the J-1 letter is required.
  • Employment Authorization Card (EAD) or I-688B, known popularly as a "work permit" is a document issued by the USCIS that provides its holder a legal right to work in the U.S. It should not be confused with the "green card" which is issued to permanent residents.

With Tax Treaty for Faculty and Staff

This section of Business Affairs website is for those international employees from countries that have a tax treaty with the United States. See Tax Treaty Chart.

Each year, you are required to complete a UO-NRA form, which allows the Payroll Office to help determine appropriate tax withholding by reviewing your current Visa status, current citizenship/residency status, and for substantial presence test determination.

Deadline: Forms are due in the Payroll Office by January 9, 2017.

Copy of Email sent to employees in November 2016

Mandatory: UO-NRA and Supporting Documents

Each UO-NRA must be accompanied by copies of the employees current I-94 card (admission/departure record) and either a DS-2019 Form (and J-1 Letter, if appropriate) or Employment Authorization Card.

  • I-94 (Admission/Departure record):
  • DS-2019 or Certificate of Eligibility for Exchange Visitor (J-1) Status is the basic document used in the administration of the exchange visitor program and is issued by the Office of International Affairs.
  • J-1 Letter A work authorization letter for those on J-1 visas is issued by the Office of International Affairs in certain situations. See Chart for details on when the J-1 letter is required.
  • Employment Authorization Card (EAD) or I-688B, known popularly as a "work permit" is a document issued by the USCIS that provides its holder a legal right to work in the U.S. It should not be confused with the "green card" which is issued to permanent residents.

Optional: Form 8233 and Attachment Letter (to claim tax treaty exemption)

Attachment Letters are organized by Purpose and Permanent Residency.

  • Purpose: Teacher / Researcher or Student (please select letter from correct column)
  • Residency: For example, a citizen of China, who is a permanent resident of France, would claim a tax treaty exemption based on the French tax treaty with the United States.

The 8233 Form is to be completed only if an employee is from a tax treaty country and wants to claim a tax treaty while employed.

No Tax Treaty for Students

This section of Business Affairs website if for those international employees from countries that do not have a tax treaty with the United States. To confirm, please refer to the Tax Treaty Chart.

Each year, you are required to complete a UO-NRA (Foreign National Data Request Form), which allows the Payroll Office to help determine appropriate tax withholding by reviewing your current Visa status, current citizenship/residency status, and for substantial presence test determination.

Deadline: Forms are due in the Payroll Office by January 9. 2017.

Copy of Email sent to employees in November 2016

Mandatory: UO-NRA and Supporting Documents

Each UO-NRA must be accompanied by copies of the employees current I-94 card (admission/departure record) and either a DS-2019 Form (and J-1 Letter, if appropriate) or Employment Authorization Card.

  • I-94 (Admission/Departure record):
  • DS-2019 or Certificate of Eligibility for Exchange Visitor (J-1) Status is the basic document used in the administration of the exchange visitor program and is issued by the Office of International Affairs.
  • J-1 Letter A work authorization letter for those on J-1 visas is issued by the Office of International Affairs in certain situations. See Chart for details on when the J-1 letter is required.
  • Employment Authorization Card (EAD) or I-688B, known popularly as a "work permit" is a document issued by the USCIS that provides its holder a legal right to work in the U.S. It should not be confused with the "green card" which is issued to permanent residents.

With Tax Treaty for Students

This section of Business Affairs website is for those international employees from countries that have a tax treaty with the United States. See Tax Treaty Chart.

Each year, you are required to complete a UO-NRA form, which allows the Payroll Office to help determine appropriate tax withholding by reviewing your current Visa status, current citizenship/residency status, and for substantial presence test determination.

Deadline: Forms are due in the Payroll Office by January 9, 2017.

Copy of Email sent to employees in November 2016

Mandatory: UO-NRA and Supporting Documents

Each UO-NRA must be accompanied by copies of the employees current I-94 card (admission/departure record) and either a DS-2019 Form (and J-1 Letter, if appropriate) or Employment Authorization Card.

  • I-94 (Admission/Departure record):
  • DS-2019 or Certificate of Eligibility for Exchange Visitor (J-1) Status is the basic document used in the administration of the exchange visitor program and is issued by the Office of International Affairs.
  • J-1 Letter A work authorization letter for those on J-1 visas is issued by the Office of International Affairs in certain situations. See Chart for details on when the J-1 letter is required.
  • Employment Authorization Card (EAD) or I-688B, known popularly as a "work permit" is a document issued by the USCIS that provides its holder a legal right to work in the U.S. It should not be confused with the "green card" which is issued to permanent residents.

Optional: Form 8233 and Attachment Letter (to claim tax treaty exemption)

Attachment Letters are organized by Purpose and Permanent Residency.

  • Purpose: Teacher / Researcher or Student (please select letter from correct column)
  • Residency: For example, a citizen of China, who is a permanent resident of France, would claim a tax treaty exemption based on the French tax treaty with the United States.

The 8233 Form is to be completed only if an employee is from a tax treaty country and wants to claim a tax treaty while employed.