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International Students

Hour Limit:

International students who have completed an I-9 and are eligible to work are limited to 20 hours of work per week during term time.  International students may work up to 40 hours per week during breaks in the academic calendar (fall break, wintersession, spring break and summer vacation).

Applying for a Social Security Number (SSN):

Details of the SSN application process can be found on the Davis International Center website.  A brief summary is listed below:

  • The student must be hired by the University.
  • The student must complete an I-9 form.
  • The student must request an Employment Confirmation Letter from the Student Employment Office.
  • After receiving the employment confirmation letter, the student must submit an SSN Student Document Request to the Davis International Center via TigerNav 
  • The student must apply for a Social Security Number (SSN) at the Social Security Office.  Please visit the Davis Center website for details.