1 Optional Practical Training (OPT) Tutorial How to prepare your application materials for submission to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS)
2 OPT Tutorial Outline Slides 3-6: What is OPT, OPT Eligibility Requirements, Application Process Overview Slides 7-22: Preparing Your OPT Application Materials Slide 9: Your Photo Slide 10: Paying the USCIS Fee Slide 11-18: Completing the I-765 Form Slide 19: Your OPT I-20 Slide 20: Your Passport & Visa Copies Slide 21: Your I-94 Record Slide 22: Your G-1145 Form Slide 23-28: Requesting an OPT I-20 Slide 29-33: Mailing Your OPT Application & Application Deadlines Slide 34-37: Receiving Your I-797, Your EAD Card, and Request for Evidence Slide 38-41: Student s Responsibilities: Maintaining Your F-1 Status & Reporting Requirements Slide 42-44: Traveling while on OPT Slide 45-46: Additional Information: OPT STEM-Extension
3 What is OPT? Optional Practical Training is a temporary employment authorization by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) that allows F-1 students to gain practical work experience. Allows for off-campus work authorization in a student s area of study (Post-Completion OPT: 12 Months). Student must be in full-time F-1 status for at least one academic year. Available to all majors and students in certain area of study may be eligible for a 24 months extension near the end of the 12 month period. You are only eligible for 12 months of full-time OPT for each higher degree level earned.
4 Are you eligible for OPT? Post-Completion OPT Have you been in a valid student status for one academic year? At PSU, one academic year means enrollment for consecutive: Winter Summer Quarter Summer Winter Quarter Spring Fall Quarter Fall Spring Quarter Will you be completing your program of study at PSU in the next 90 days? The application for OPT cannot be submitted more than 90 days before your program completion date. Have you engaged in Curricular Practical Training (CPT)? You must not have engaged in a full-time Curricular Practical Training (CPT) for over 12 months at the same educational level. You DO NOT need to have a job offer to apply for OPT. The authorization is based on your program completion, not a specific employer.
5 Types of Qualifying Employment OPT Employment must be a minimum of 20 hours per week in a job that is related to your degree program. The burden of proof is on the student to demonstrate the relationship. The types of employment allowed during the initial 12-month period of OPT includes: Paid employment Multiple employers Work for hire (commonly referred to as 1099 employment) Self-employed business owner Employment through an agency Unpaid/Volunteer employment
6 Application Process Overview 1. Prepare your application materials Allow approximately 1 week to gather and organize the required documents. 2. Request an OPT I-20 The I-20 will be ready for pick-up after 1) you have submitted the OPT request form, 2) International Office has reviewed your completed application, and 3) you have cleared your balance with Finance Office. 3. Mail your OPT application packet 4. Receive the Employment Authorization Document (EAD)
7 Step 1: Prepare Your OPT Application Materials
8 Application Materials Required documents for OPT application: 2 U.S. Passport Photos (with name and I-94 number written lightly in pencil on back of each) which are less than 30 days old USCIS Fee of $410. Credit Card, Check, or Money Order made payable to U.S. Department of Homeland Security Original form I-765 ( Original OPT I-20 that was issued by DSO within the past 30 days (Page 1-3). Don t forget to sign it! Photocopy of passport biographical page and F-1 visa stamp, if applicable Photocopy of paper Form I-94 (both sides) or electronic I-94 record. Form G-1145 to confirm receipt and obtain case number in advance of paper notification.
9 Gather the Required Documentation Passport Photo Requirements The photos required to use for the OPT application must meet the specifications of U.S. style passport photos. To see a full description of these specifications, go to the U.S. Department of State website. Submit 2 identical color passport photos taken within 30 days of filing your application. The photos must have a white to off-white background, be printed on thin paper with a glossy finish, and be unmounted and unretouched. The passport-style photos must be 2 by 2. You must remove your glasses and your head must be bare unless you are wearing headwear as required by a religious order of which you are a member. Use pencil or felt pen, lightly print your name and I-94 number on the back of the photo. Do not damage the photo surface by pressing hard while writing.
10 Gather the Required Documentation Credit Card, Check, or Money Order USCIS Payment Methods: Check/Money Order or Credit Card Payment for $410 Check/Money Order should be made payable to U.S. Department of Homeland Security with SEVIS number in the memo line. Money order can be purchased at banks, post office and some local grocery stores. Make sure a name and address are printed on the check. If the address has changed, that is fine. Do not use temporary checks often issued by the bank when opening a new account. These checks have no name or address in the upper left hand corner. For Credit Card payment, submit form G-1450, authorize payment amount $410.
11 Gather the Required Documentation Form I-765 Download the I-765 form from the USCIS website. Important: Use the most current version. It is best to verify it just before mailing the application since USCIS updates it frequently. Complete form by typing answers into the PDF or printing legibly in black. Answer all questions fully and accurately. State that an item is not applicable with N/A. If the answer is none, write None. Completing the I-765 is simple, but some parts can be confusing. The following slides will help you complete those tricky questions.
12 Complete the Form I-765 Top Portion: Check the box for Permission to accept employment. #1 Name: Your entire family name should be in CAPITAL letters. Use upper and lower case for the first name. #2 Other Names Used: Enter your previous names. If none, write None. #3 U.S. Mailing Address: This is where you would like the Receipt Notice and the EAD card to be mailed. DO NOT USE THE C/O NOTATION IF YOU USE YOUR OWN ADDRESS. If you have plans to move during this time, use a reliable friend or family member s address to receive the EAD card. If your name is not registered at the address, you must use the C/O notation and the name of the friend of family member who lives at the address to ensure delivery. If you fail to use this notation, the card may be returned to the Service Center as undeliverable. If the address listed is outside of California, please pay attention to the special mailing instructions.
13 Complete the Form I-765 #4-8 General Information: The responses to these questions are straightforward Please complete them accurately. #9 Social Security Number - NO: If you do not yet have a Social Security Number (SSN), check No. #9 Social Security Number - YES: If you already have an SSN, check Yes and enter your SSN with one letter in each box. #10 Do you want the SSA to issue you a Social Security card? - NO: If you have already have an SSN or have already applied for one, check No for number 10 and skip to question 14. #10-11 Do you want the SSA to issue you a Social Security card? - YES: To apply for an SSN, check Yes for number 10 and 11. You should receive your Social Security card from SSA about two weeks after receiving your approved EAD from USCIS.
14 Complete the Form I-765 #12-13 Parents Names: Your father s and mother s family name should be in CAPITAL letters. Use upper & lower case for the first name. #14 I-94 Number: Use your current I-94 number. This is an 11-digit umber found on the top left corner of the paper Form I-94 card or on the electronic I-94 record. Alien Registration Numbers are not issued to F-1 students. #15 Previous Employment Authorization - NO: Check No, if you have never applied for an EAD. This does not apply to on-campus employment or CPT. Write N/A in the blank fields. N/A means not applicable. #15 Previous Employment Authorization - YES: Check Yes if you have applied for an EAD in the past. Fill the next two lines with the information related to the previous EAD. Include a photocopy of the EAD in the application package. (If the EAD has been lost, write lost EAD under Results). The authorized dates need to be neatly handwritten in black pen as the field is too small.
15 Complete the Form I-765 #16 Date of Last Entry into the U.S.: Your most recent entry date can be found on your passport admission stamp electronic I-94 record, or paper I-94 card. #17 Place of Last Entry into the U.S.: Name of the Port of Entry city from your most recent entry. This information can be found on your passport admission stamp, electronic I-94 record, or paper I-94 card (usually as a code, i.e. LOS for Los Angeles.) If you drove across the border, write the name of the city where entered the U.S. #18 Manner of Last Entry: Status in which you entered the U.S. If you entered with an I-20 as a student, write F-1 Student. #19 Current Immigration Status: Current status should be F-1 Student.
16 Complete the Form I-765 #20 Eligibility Category: Use the following code for post-completion OPT: (c)(3)(b). If you are applying for OPT STEM extension, use code (c)(3)(c). #21 24-Month Extension: Write N/A in these fields. N/A means not applicable. You are apply to your initial 12-month OPT at this time. #22 (c)(26) Eligibility Category: Write N/A in this field. The question is not applicable to you because it relates to H-4 status holders and you are in F-1 status. #23 (c)(35) and (c)(36) Eligibility Category: Write N/A for part [a]. These eligibility categories are not related to F-1 status holders. Leave part [b] blank because, again, this question is not applicable to you.
17 Complete the Form I-765 Certification: Sign your name Fill in the date of signature Fill in your telephone number IMPORTANT! Your signature will be scanned and must fit within the box. It must NOT touch the box outline. If the signature is too big and crosses a line, your application could be delayed. Be conservative and use a signature smaller than normal. Signature of Person Preparing the Form, If Other Than Applicant: This section is not applicable to you, since you ve completed the form yourself, so write N/A. This section is for those who use an attorney or other paid preparer to complete the form.
18 Complete the Form I-765 Troubleshooting Signature Line: In some cases, the Don t forget to sign! automatic reminder will not disappear when you print the form. You should remove the auto-filled Don t forget to sign! We recommend trying: To open the form in the most recent version of Adobe Reader To print a blank version of the form s second page from your web browser.
19 Gather the Required Documentation Photocopy of OPT I-20 (All pages): Must be received by USCIS within 30 days of being issued by DSO. Original must be signed by the student at the bottom of Page 1. The requested OPT start and end dates will appear on Page 2.
20 Gather the Required Documentation Photocopy of Passport and Visa: Photocopy the passport biographic page (with photo and passport expiration date) Passport must be valid! Photocopy the F-1 visa, if applicable. Visa does not need to be valid.
21 Gather the Required Documentation Photocopy of I-94 Information: The I-94 can be either: An electronic I-94 record. Visit to access and print your record. (Select: Already Visiting & Need Proof of Visitor Status?) OR A paper I-94 card stapled into your passport. Include a copy of both sides, even though the back side may be blank.
22 Gather the Required Documentation Form G-1145: This is an optional form. Attached to the top of the OPT application packet. Use this form to request text and notification(s) regarding your application. Download the form at: WARNING! USCIS will rarely contact you by phone regarding the status of your OPT application. If you receive a phone call from a person claiming to work for USCIS or any other government agency, do not provide your personal information to them. Note the person s name and phone number and contact a PSU International Advisor before responding.
23 Step 2: Request an OPT I-20
24 Requesting for OPT I-20 Complete the Instruction for OPT Application ( Complete the Student Information Section Choose your OPT Start Date Submit the form to Student Service to make an appointment with International Office for document review.
25 Choose your OPT Start Date Your OPT start date is the date that your (proposed) 12 months of work authorization begins. Your OPT start date must be within 60-day grace period after the program completion date. The requested start & end dates will be noted on Page 2 of the new OPT I-20. The end date will usually be 1 year from your start date (i.e. a July 2 start date will have a July 1 end date.) NOTE: Once USCIS receives the OPT application, it is not possible to change the requested start and end dates.
26 Requesting for OPT I-20 Meeting with International Office Bring completed OPT Application Package. Clearing all Balance Due with Finance Office All current balance needs to be cleared with Finance Office prior to DSO release of OPT I-20.
27 Check your OPT I-20 for Accuracy After receiving your OPT I-20, notify DSO immediately if there are any errors. PAGE 1 Program End Date Program completion date will be updated to the program completion date (I-20 will remain valid through OPT authorization period on Page 2 or the approved EAD card dates). School Attestation Make sure there is a DSO signature. Check the date USCIS must receive your application within 30 days of this date. Student Attestation You should sign & date I-20. Students 18 and over do not need a parent s signature.
28 Check your OPT I-20 for Accuracy After receiving your OPT I-20, notify DSO immediately if there are any errors. PAGE 2 OPT start and end dates requested (OPT start date may be adjusted if USCIS does not complete the processing of your OPT by the requested date. Apply at least 90 days before requested start date, if possible.) OPT applications must be received by USCIS no later than 30 days after the date listed in the Travel Endorsement date. Please see DSO if there are concerns that the application will not arrive on time.
29 Step 3: Mailing Your OPT Application Packet
30 Mailing the OPT Application from California USCIS Mailing Addresses For people who live in California* FedEx, UPS & Other Express Carrier Mail USCIS Attn: AOS 1820 E. Skyharbor, Circle S Suite 100 Phoenix, AZ U.S. Postal Service Mail USCIS P.O. Box Phoenix, AZ If using USPS, choose Express or Priority Mail option and choose Certified Mail. * If your address on the I-765 is NOT in California, speak with an International Advisor. The OPT application may need to be mailed to a different address.
31 Mailing the OPT Application from Outside of California If using a mailing address in Mail your application to Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Guam, or the Northern Mariana Islands. USCIS USPS P.O. Box Phoenix, AZ Express Deliveries USCIS Attn: AOS 1820 E. Skyharbor, Circle S, Suite 100 Phoenix, AZ Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, U.S. Virgin Islands, or West Virginia USCIS P.O. Box Dallas, TX USCIS Attn: AOS 2501 S. State Hwy. 121 Business Suite 400 Lewisville, TX 75067
32 The Application Deadline USCIS must receive your complete OPT application no later than 30 days after the OPT I-20 has been issued. The issue date is located next to the advisor s signature on Page 1 of the OPT I-20. Please account for mailing time. Additionally, USCIS must receive your application before the end of your 60 days grace period. You should apply for OPT before you graduate/finish coursework. Your application must be submitted to USCIS from within the U.S. If you exit the U.S. after your program completion date without applying for OPT, you cannot return and will lose your option for OPT.
33 Post-Completion OPT Time Frame Apply for OPT Apply up to 90 days before completion of degree but no earlier. Start date- 2 months (60 days) to choose from after completion date 60 days Degree Completion Date Engage in OPT (up to 12 or 36 months) 60 day grace period OPT Application Deadline
34 Step 4: Receive Your Employment Authorization Document (EAD) Card
35 I-797 Notice of Action You should receive the notice by mail within 2-4 weeks after mailing the OPT application to USCIS. The I-797 is very important. If you lose the receipt, there is no way to replace it. The I-797 is necessary if you want to: 1) Inquire about the status of your OPT application 2) Travel outside the U.S. when your OPT is pending. Receipt Number The case number for the OPT application at USCIS. Check the status of the case on the USCIS website at: Received Date Date when USCIS begins processing the application. (It may not be the actual date the application was received, but it is when the case was entered into the system.) Address Information Verify your name, date of birth, and address on the I-765 receipt notice.
36 If There is a Problem with Your Application If there is a problem with your application, the USCIS will send you a notice by mail called a Request for Evidence (RFE). An RFE does not mean that your application has been rejected. It simply means that you need to send in additional documents before your EAD can be issued. Getting an RFE will delay the processing of your application usually by about one month. In some cases, if too many items are missing from your application, the USCIS will return the entire application to you. If this happens, you must make the corrections and send the application before the end date of your 60-day grace period. To avoid delays, review your application materials for completeness and sign all forms before mailing them to USCIS.
37 The Employment Authorization Document (EAD) Review card to make sure the information is accurate. Present your EAD to employers as proof of your legal work authorization in the US. The EAD is a required document for entry to the US during OPT. Send a copy of your EAD card to PSU Career Services along with the Career Placement Information form ( and the Job Offer Letter.
38 Student s Responsibilities
39 Your Responsibilities During OPT Reporting Requirements Employment Requirements Travel Documents for Re-Entry Applying for an F-1 Visa on OPT
40 Reporting Requirements The following must be submitted to PSU Student & Career Services You MUST report any changes to your employment, address, and/or name within 10 days. You MUST submit a copy of your EAD card upon receipt. You MUST submit a Career Placement Information Form after receiving employment. You MUST submit a job offer letter after receiving employment.
41 Employment Requirements You MUST work a minimum of 20 hours per week in a position related to your field of study. You CANNOT exceed more than 90 days of unemployment while on OPT. Days of unemployment prior to your EAD start date do not count towards the 90 days. It is your responsibility to keep records of your employment and any periods of unemployment.
42 Travel Documents for Re-Entry Documents Before Completing Program & Before EAD Issuance After Completing Program & Before EAD Issuance After Completing Program & After EAD Issuance Valid passport Valid F-1 visa stamp (if applicable) OPT I-20 with a valid travel endorsement signed within 6 months by DSO Evidence of continued enrollment (e.g. Enrollment Verification) Evidence of financial support OPT receipt: I-797 Notice of Action Job offer letter from employer EAD (Employment Authorization Document) Strongly recommended Strongly recommended Strongly recommended Strongly recommended Your admission to the U.S. is always at the discretion of the Customs and Border Protection Officers. To avoid problems, you must have the required documents outlined above.
43 Important Information on Travel Avoid long absences from the U.S. during the OPT period. Time spent outside of the U.S. while unemployed by a U.S. employer counts toward your 90 days of unemployment. Attempting to re-enter the U.S. close to the expiration date of your OPT can be risky. You must not enter the U.S. in a status other than F-1. this may result in the loss of your OPT eligibility. Travel after Program Completion, But Before OPT Card is Received There is a high risk associated with travel and return while your OPT is pending after the program completion date. If there are any problems with your application, you may not be able to respond to USCIS in a timely manner, which could delay processing of your EAD. If your OPT application is denied while outside the U.S., you will not be able to re-enter the U.S. in F-1 status and will not be able to reapply.
44 Applying for an F-1 Visa on OPT If you are traveling abroad and your F-1 visa has expired, you must obtain a new F-1 visa before returning to the U.S. When going to your visa interview, bring the documents below. 1. Valid passport 2. Valid I-20 with travel endorsement from PSU DSO within the past 6 months 3. EAD card 4. Job offer in field of study 5. Evidence of sufficient funds (e.g. a bank statement, a letter from a sponsor or a job offer letter) 6. Any additional supporting document Check the U.S. Department of State website for more information about getting a visa and specific requirements at the local embassy or consulate.
45 Additional Information OPT STEM Extension
46 OPT 24-Month Extension Eligibility depends on your area of study and the willingness of the employer to register in a government system called E-Verify. Application must be filled prior to the end date on your 12-month EAD card. Applicants can continue working with just a receipt notice even after the original EAD card expires. Students can only apply for this extension ONE time. OPT STEM extension must be file with a new application, with a new application fee. 120 days of aggregated unemployment. 36 months of OPT 12 24
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