Taxes and Legal Matters
When it comes to legal matters, always seek sound counsel and understand clearly how it could affect immigration. The International Services Office serves in an advisory capacity to all non-resident aliens at Southeastern in matters concerning taxes, immigration, social security number eligibility, and more. However, we strongly recommend that all individuals seek professional legal counsel when necessary.
All individuals in the United States who earn income are required to pay taxes. Find out more information on non-resident alien taxes here or by contacting the International Services Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn More>>
A Social Security Number (SSN) is a nine digit employee tax identification number issued by the U.S. Social Security Administration to U.S. citizens, permanent residents and non-immigrants who qualify on the basis of lawful status and legal employment. Find out how to apply and who qualifies. More>>
It is important to become familiar with your legal rights and responsibilities in the U.S. since norms can vary between cultures. All persons in the United States, including foreign nationals, have certain basic rights that must be respected by authorities. Learn more>>