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Philadelphia, PA 19104
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215.573.5269 (Fax)

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Required Forms for Nonresident Aliens New Hires


ALL Foreign National new hire paperwork must FIRST be submitted to the Division of Human Resources for review. The Division of Human Resources will then forward the information to the Payroll Office for processing.


Forms

Penn Sponsored

F-1 StudentI-20If OPT, Page 3 and EAD Card
J-1 / J-2DS-2019J-2 / EAD Card
H, O, EI-797
TNCBP I-94 Printout (Air and Sea)I-94 Card (Land)
Permanent ResidencyI-485 / I-551Green or EAD Card
All Others EAD Card

Non-Penn Sponsored

F-1 StudentI-20CPT/OPT - Page 3 / If OPT- EAD Card
J-1 / J-2DS-2019J-1 Letter From Sponsor / J-2 - EAD Card
H, O, EI-797Letter from ISSS
All OthersEAD Card

*Please note: Students receiving Educational (Non-Service) Fellowship, I-9 and SS Receipt is not required for new hire.

Note: If you believe you are eligible for a tax treaty - Please visit the Payroll Tax Office @ 3451 Walnut Street, Room 310. Treaty Benefits WILL NOT be granted if individual does not have a valid Social Security or Individual Taxpayer Identification number.

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Comptroller Spotlights

FY2014 Closing Instructions
New Category Codes
GL Object Codes FY2014
Concur Expense Type/Object Code Matrix (2014)

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