If your institution admits foreign students or hires individuals who are not citizens of the country where your institution is, you should set up codes that classify the types of visas and permits required by the appropriate governments.
Each country has its own regulations for permitting foreign employees to work, visit, or reside there. To track information about the visas and permits required for individuals to work at, visit, or attend your institution, use the Visa/Permit Data page.
Use the Supporting Document Table page to set up document codes to identify documents (birth certificates, letters of employment, immigration application letters, and so on) that are required to obtain I-9 verification or support other visas or permits.
If your institution licenses and uses PeopleSoft Enterprise HRMS, many visa and permit types and supporting document IDs might already exist in your system.
You can also use your system to prepare visa forms. You can enter data for DS-2019 forms for international applicants, students, professors, and visitors who need a J1 Visa. You can also prepare and print I-20 forms for international students who are admitted to or currently enrolled in your institution and who need an F1 Student Visa.
In this topic, a student from Mexico will attend classes at your institution. You must enter his visa permit data.
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