Grant Finding Resources
3. Science Careers Grants & Funding (at sciencecareers.com)
All immigration related issues for the University of Minnesota employees and students are handled by the International Students and Scholars Services, U of MN (ISSS).
Details about the following can be found here:
- H-1B Employment at the U of MN
- J visa status
- F-1 OPT (Optional Practical Training)
- TN employment visa (Mexican or Canadian citizens)
- O-1 Visa
- Employment-based Visas: Comparison Chart
Additional Useful Resources
- List of immigration attorneys and law offices
- National Postdoctoral Association's "International Postdoc" page
(includes the "International Postdoc Survival Guide"!)
The NPA has added a new article to its Postdoc resource page:
Overview of Tax Issues for Postdocs. The article provides information and resources on the tax issues facing postdocs. Topics include: tax withholding, reporting fellowship income, filing estimated taxes, FICA, self-employment tax, child and dependent care credits and taxes for international postdocs.
For Postdoctoral FellowsAs a Postdoctoral Fellow, you are not considered an "employee" of the University of Minnesota. You are a "trainee." This means that although you have the OPTION of having income tax withheld from your fellowship payments, it will NOT be automatically withheld unless you make a specific request using this form.
Contact the University of Minnesota Postdoctoral Association by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For International Scholars
The ISSS Tax Resources and Information website is also a useful reference for international scholars for tax related issues.