This is a sample letter for F-1 and J-1 supporters, showing that they are providing monetary support to students.
J-1 Student Intern
Gain real-world experience by helping leading companies solve real challenges—while attending Northeastern.
Participation in the J-1 Student Intern category will be open to foreign students currently enrolled and pursuing a degree at a post-secondary academic institution outside the United States.
Family is important, so that is why the Office of Global Services (OGS) wants to make you aware of what documentation you will need when a family member accompanies you to the U.S.
As an F-1 or J-1 student, there is so much to learn, explore, and discover in the U.S., and the Office of Global Services (OGS) encourages you to do it all. Before you do, please understand what documents you should carry with you when traveling within the the U.S. or its territories.
J-1 exchange visitors and J-2 dependents must have health insurance. This explains the requirements and health insurance options.
Discover all the places where J-1 students can and cannot work at on Northeastern’s campus.
The Office of Global Services (OGS) works with J-1 student interns to provide the guidance and support they need in maintaining their status.
Whether you intern at a Fortune 500 or a start-up company, it is important for all J-1 student interns to understand how to maintain their status and apply for a visa.
All international students holding an F-1 visa or J-1 visa must check-in at the start of each new program of study. This is a U.S. government regulation for students to maintain their visa status. The Office of Global Services (OGS) facilitates this process called “online immigration clearance.”
Depending on the length of your program and duration of your visa, your visa may expire during your program at Northeastern University. If your visa expires, you will need to renew it before you re-enter the U.S. after traveling abroad.
This is a sample email for requesting a correction to I-94 arrival records for F-1 and J-1 students, and their dependents.
This form is to update your Student and Exchange Visitor Information System record if you are changing to permanent residency.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) new policy directed to F, J or M visa holders. The policy guidance states that “unlawful presence” will begin accruing the day after a student violates his or her immigration status. This policy has severe consequences.