Center for Global Services
TRAVEL SIGNATURE SOCIALS: GET A TRAVEL SIGNATURE + COOKIES AND LEMONADE

Friday, April 24, Time: 2:00 - 5:00pm Or Tuesday, May 5, Time: 2:00 - 5:00pm

We know you are managing a lot with finals coming up, wrapping up the semester and perhaps quickly approaching travel plans. So here's an opportunity to take a little break, step out and enjoy the spring weather with some lemonade and cookies, and also get a travel signature from one of our International Student Advisers at the same time. This way you will be all prepared for your travel well in advance!
Location: 180 College Ave, New Brunswick, NJ
Please remember to bring your I-20/DS-2019 and passport


The non-resident tax software is now available on our website, please click on the following link for more information: GLACIER TAX PREP

You are cordially invited to attend the Graduate Student Lunch Series: Global Topics. For more information please click here.

English proficiency verification requirement for prospective  J-1 Scholars

Effective January 5, 2015, the US Department of State (DOS) is requiring that all prospective exchange visitors coming to US universities in J-1 status demonstrate sufficient English language proficiency before the university may issue the DS2019 documentation needed to bring the visitor here.  The visitor's English proficiency should be at a level enough to successfully participate in his or her program and to function on a day-to-day basis.  A sponsor must verify an applicant's English language proficiency through a recognized English language test, by signed documentation from an academic institution or English language school, or a documented interview "conducted by the sponsor" in-person, by video conference, or by web camera.  Further details can be found here.
Welcome to the Center for Global Services

The Center for Global Services coordinates cultural programs and immigration-related services for approximately 6000 international students, scholars, faculty, and their dependents, and serves the broader campus community in an administrative and advisory capacity.

The Center's mission is to provide quality and timely services, to demystify federal immigration regulations as much as possible for the university constituencies we serve, and to assist members of the campus' international community in the cultural adjustment process.

The Center for Global Services is a part of the university-wide
Centers for Global Advancement and International Affairs (GAIA Centers). The GAIA Centers work toward developing a comprehensive, campus-wide set of international initiatives and services, initiating collaborative projects and strategic partnerships around the world, and expanding students' opportunities for international study and research.