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On-Campus Employment Regulations for Students in F-1 Status

The Department of Homeland Security's Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has regulations governing on-campus employment for students in F-1 status.

An F-1 student may work on campus if:

F-1 students may be employed full time on campus during holidays and vacation periods, provided you intend to register for the next academic semester.

The definition of on-campus employment includes:

Students are urged to come to the Office of International Student & Scholar Services to be sure that such off-campus work meets the BCIS definition of on-campus employment.

F-1 students maintaining lawful status who plan to enroll at a new school for the next academic term may continue on-campus employment at Binghamton until the reporting date to the new school, or may begin employment at the new school provided that the new school has issued a new form I-20.

In order to apply for on-campus employment, F-1 students should come to the Office of International Student & Scholar Services to request a Verification of Work Authorization Form (I-9 Verification Form), and an On-Campus Employment Information Packet. This Packet includes a list of possible employment opportunities on-campus.

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Last Updated: 4/8/14