Employment with an International Organization
F-1 are eligible to work for an international organization according to the definition of “International Organization Immunities Act [59 Stat. 669].” For more information about whether the organization you want to work with qualify, please reach out to the Center for Intercultural Advancement.
- The organization you want to intern in qualify for “Recognized International Organization” Definition.
- Be in a good standing as a student
- Do it while being a student (you are not eligible after you graduate)
- You may work up to 20 during the academic semesters and full-time in summer.
- Submit a letter of employment to Ms. Ellen Navarro, including (1) Description of Employment, (2) start and end date, (3) Number of working hours, (4) Place of Employment
- Receive a new I-20 that has the recommendation for Employment
- Fill out the I-765 form. You will need the following documents:
– Copy of your I-20
– Two recent passport photos
– Pay the $410 fee.
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