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  • Marriage and Divorce | International Student & Scholar Services | Vanderbilt University
    S Marriage and Divorce Marriage and Divorce MARRIAGE Should you desire to get married during your time here in the states you will need to abide by the following instructions Application of Marriage Form You may complete the downloadable form or fill one out at the County Clerk s Office Pursuant to Tenn Code Ann 36 3 104 a 1997 No county clerk nor deputy clerk shall issue a marriage license until the applicants make an application in writing stating the names ages addresses and social security numbers of both the proposed male and female contracting parties and the names and addresses of the parents guardian or next of kin of both parties The application must be sworn to by both parties Id The requirement of a social security number was added by legislative amendment Acts 1997 ch 551 30 effective July 1 1997 Marriage License Requirements Proof of date of birth Government Issued Photo Identification or Certified Birth Certificate AND Proof of Social Security Number for individuals that have been issued one Both parties must appear together at the 700 2nd Ave South Suite 101 Nashville TN 37210 8 00 a m 4 30 p m M F and must have proof that they are 18 or older If either party is under the age of 18 they must be accompanied by his her parents Tennessee law does not permit those under the age of 16 to marry without a court order The fee for a marriage license is 99 50 However license applicants who have completed a premarital preparation course see below within a year prior to the date of application for the license are exempted from paying 60 00 of this fee The couple must provide a Certificate of Completion form download and print Certificate of Completion here that has been completed and signed by the course provider Course provider s signature on the Certificate of Completion must be notarized The marriage license is valid for thirty 30 days from issuance and is good for ceremonies performed anywhere in Tennessee Marriage Solemnization Solemnization refers to the approval process of a marriage license Licenses themselves are invalid until solemnized The following is a list of those who can legally solemnize marriage certificates All regular ministers preachers pastors priests rabbis and other religious leaders of every religious belief more than 18 years of age having the care of souls Current and former members of county legislative bodies County mayors executives and former county mayors executives Current and former judges and chancellors of this state Current and former judges of general sessions courts The governor The county clerk of each county Current and former speakers of the senate and speakers of the house of representatives Mayors of municipalities If you have a formal religious ceremony your officiant may sign the license and return it to the County Clerk s office to finalize the process If you do NOT have a religious marriage ceremony you will need to contact the Nashville

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  • Storage Facilities | International Student & Scholar Services | Vanderbilt University
    License Buying a Car Campus and Community Adjusting to Life in the U S English Language Center Public and Campus Safety 9 1 1 User Guide for Emergencies Know Your Rights If Stopped by Police or FBI Identity Theft Protection Nashville Community Religious Communities and Resources Resources for Families Shop Dine and Explore Bars Microbreweries Dance Clubs Pool Halls Bowling Alleys Grocery Stores Movie Theaters Newspapers Now Playing Nashville Public Libraries and Museums Restaurants Shopping Malls Sports Visit Music City Student Recreation Wellness Center Vanderbilt Athletics Vanderbilt Human Resources Vanderbilt Student Organizations and Cultural Activities Immigration F 1 Students Employment Study Guide to The States F 1 Reinstatement Information Change of Major Change of Level Reduced Course Load Authorization Form Student I 20 DS 2019 Extension J 1 Interns Evaulation Two Year Home Country Residency Requirement J 1 Violation J 1 Scholars Scholar Extension Categories Bars on Repeat Participation Two Year Home Country Residency Requirement Occasional Lectures and Consultations Departure and Research Abroad J 1 Violation J 1 Students Employment J 1 Violation Two Year Home Country Residency Requirement Change of Major Change of Level Student I 20 DS 2019 Extension Form Dependents Departure Form Document Mailing Options Transfer Out Procedures Translation Services Travel Tips for Applying for a Visa U S Immigration Agencies and Information U S Immigration Scams Report Immigration Scams Living and Working in the U S Annual Tax Filing International Tax Topics and Links FICA Tax Exemptions Tax Treaties English Conversation Sessions Finding a Job Housing Legal Resources Immigration Attorneys Marriage and Divorce Phone Service Transportation and Driving Social Security Number SSN Storage Facilities Where to go for Health Care Home Living and Working in the U S Storage Facilities Storage Facilities In the event that you leave Nashville temporarily and need a place to store

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  • Where to go for Health Care | International Student & Scholar Services | Vanderbilt University
    and Working in the U S Annual Tax Filing International Tax Topics and Links FICA Tax Exemptions Tax Treaties English Conversation Sessions Finding a Job Housing Legal Resources Immigration Attorneys Marriage and Divorce Phone Service Transportation and Driving Social Security Number SSN Storage Facilities Where to go for Health Care Home Living and Working in the U S Where to go for Health Care Where to go for Health Care Health Insurance It is important for all students scholars and their families members to maintain health insurance coverage for the entire time they are present in the U S Details about health insurance and how to select a plan can be found here Where do I go for health care There are several types of health care providers in the U S and it can sometimes be hard to know which is appropriate to choose It is important to remember that visits to the hospital emergency department are expensive and should be limited For most medical situations it is best to begin with a visit to the Student Health Center for students or a Primary Care Physician During evenings and weekends Urgent Care Centers are an option if you cannot wait for treatment Below is a helpful chart that provides examples of when to go to the Student Health Center or Primary Care Physician and when to go to the Emergency Department Adapted from Michigan State University How do I find a health care provider Zerfoss Student Health Center Students who are enrolled at Vanderbilt should always first visit the Zerfoss Student Health Center for non emergency health care The staff are available to meet all of the primary care needs and can assist in finding a specialist if needed Appointments are strongly encouraged but a walk in clinic is available for urgent matters Information on how to schedule an appointment can be found here Emergency consultation services are available after hours to assist students in making decisions about illnesses injuries and whether to use emergency services Community Resources The Student Health Center has compiled a list of health care providers in Nashville that are available for students scholars and families The list can be found here Please note that your health insurance plan may designate some providers as in network meaning the cost to you is lower when you use these providers It is important to check with your insurance plan before selecting a provider Health Assist Tennessee is a non profit organization that provides language services and medical interpretation The Health Assist Program provides assistance to people who need healthcare or healthcare coverage such as TennCare Medicare or private insurance but cannot afford it Our Health Assist Specialists help clients by identifying community healthcare resources available to them Health Assist Specialists do more than just make referrals they are client advocates that help set appointments fill out applications for insurance and prescription assistance programs and follow up to ensure our clients get the services they need For more

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  • Student/Scholar Spotlight Submission | International Student & Scholar Services | Vanderbilt University
    Visa U S Visas for Same Sex Spouses Coming to Vanderbilt Before Your Flight Arrival Checklist SEVIS Registration Banking Social Security Number SSN Windstar Tax Database Health Insurance Health Insurance Basics For Degree Seeking Students For Non Degree Students For J 1 Scholars and Student Interns Dental Insurance Dependent Insurance Student Health Center Forms Orientation Orientation Schedule Housing Finding a Place to Live Setting Up Your Housing Phone Service Transportation and Driving Public Transportation Obtaining a Driver License Buying a Car Campus and Community Adjusting to Life in the U S English Language Center Public and Campus Safety 9 1 1 User Guide for Emergencies Know Your Rights If Stopped by Police or FBI Identity Theft Protection Nashville Community Religious Communities and Resources Resources for Families Shop Dine and Explore Bars Microbreweries Dance Clubs Pool Halls Bowling Alleys Grocery Stores Movie Theaters Newspapers Now Playing Nashville Public Libraries and Museums Restaurants Shopping Malls Sports Visit Music City Student Recreation Wellness Center Vanderbilt Athletics Vanderbilt Human Resources Vanderbilt Student Organizations and Cultural Activities Immigration F 1 Students Employment Study Guide to The States F 1 Reinstatement Information Change of Major Change of Level Reduced Course Load Authorization Form Student I 20 DS 2019 Extension J 1 Interns Evaulation Two Year Home Country Residency Requirement J 1 Violation J 1 Scholars Scholar Extension Categories Bars on Repeat Participation Two Year Home Country Residency Requirement Occasional Lectures and Consultations Departure and Research Abroad J 1 Violation J 1 Students Employment J 1 Violation Two Year Home Country Residency Requirement Change of Major Change of Level Student I 20 DS 2019 Extension Form Dependents Departure Form Document Mailing Options Transfer Out Procedures Translation Services Travel Tips for Applying for a Visa U S Immigration Agencies and Information U S Immigration Scams Report Immigration Scams

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  • What to Do If . . . | International Student & Scholar Services | Vanderbilt University
    career center in your school Owen Law School Peabody etc There are also various websites to look for career employment Click here for links to these websites as well as the Center for Student Professional Development You want to apply for a Social Security Number SSN You can find detailed instructions on the process for applying for a social security number SSN on our website here You need help with the Windstar tax system The International Tax Office ITO is the entity at Vanderbilt which can help you with Windstar ITO has walk in advising hours on Tuesdays from 11 00am 1 00pm in Suite 109 of the Student Life Center Their office is located in the Student Life Center in Suite 110 You want to work at Vanderbilt on an H 1B visa The Vanderbilt Office of International Services manages all H1 B visa applications for the university Information can be found on their website or you can email them at ois vanderbilt edu Travel Your visa has expired and you want to travel outside the U S ISSS recommend you to plan ahead to renew your visa if you plan to travel outside the USA with the expired visa More information on visa renewal and visa wait times can be found on our website You want to travel to Canada Mexico or the Caribbean Just like travelling to any other country outside of the U S you will need to come to ISSS to get a valid travel signature on your I 20 DS 2019 You will want to check with the embassy website for the country you are visiting to see if you are required to get a visa Click here for more information regarding travel If your U S visa is expired when you plan your trip to Canada Mexico or the adjacent Caribbean islands you can still re enter the U S within 30 days as long as you have a valid I 20 DS 2019 and valid I 94 Click here for more information on Automatic Visa Revalidation You forgot to get your I 20 or DS 2019 signed for travel before leaving the U S ISSS can mail you a new I 20 or DS 2019 with a travel signature You will need to email isss vanderbilt edu requesting a new I 20 DS 2019 with a travel signature and let us know to what address the new document should be mailed to Keep in mind that ISSS will mail your document via regular post USPS If you need your document faster or shipped via FedEx or DHL please check our Document Mailing Options website and read the instructions for Express Mail Service For additional information on travel visit our Travel page Your I 94 record needs to be corrected After speaking with an ISSS advisor about this issue it will most likely be necessary for you to take a trip to the Nashville Port of Entry to have your I 94 corrected The address and directions to the Nashville Port of Entry can be found here You keep getting stopped at the Port of Entry and questioned If you continually have problems at the Port of entry you can use the Department of Homeland Security s Traveler Redress Inquiry Program DHS Trip to submit an inquiry People who have gone through US VISIT processing can also submit a redress request to US VISIT What is the ISIC The International Student Identity Card ISIC is an internationally recognized proof of full time student status that allows you access to benefits and can help you save money on flights accommodation transport museums historical sites retail outlets and entertainment in a number of countries Click on this link https www myisic com for more information Also available is the International Youth Travel Card IYTC which is for youth under the age of 30 years old who are not full time students and the International Teacher Identity Card ITIC is for full time teachers or professors Both the IYTC and ITIC card gives you access to many of the same benefits and discounts as the ISIC card You want to apply for the ISIC Fill out application which can be obtained from ISSS Please circle which type of card you are applying for The application should be signed and dated Provide a recent good quality passport sized photo of yourself no larger than 2 in by 2 in Submit payment of 25 exact cash money order or personal check made payable to Vanderbilt University Please allow 2 days for card to be made For larger orders a group of students etc please allow up to a week for the cards to be ready When applying for ISIC you will also need A copy of your university or Student ID card clearly showing the date of issue and indicating you are a full time student or current transcript report cards or signed and dated letter on official school stationery stating you are studying there full time Proof or your date of birth passport birth certificate or driver license When applying for IYTC you will also need Proof of your date of birth passport birth certificate or driver license When applying for ITIC you will also need Photocopy of your faculty ID showing validity for the academic year or a letter on official school stationery from department chair or school principal verifying current full time faculty status Proof or your date of birth passport birth certificate or driver license Transportation Driving You want a driver s license In order to drive a car you have to get a driver license issued by the state of Tennessee even if you have an international driver license To obtain one you must pass a vision test a written test examining your knowledge of Tennessee s traffic rules and a road test driving test To help you study for the written test the Driver s License Manual is available online Instructions for applying for a driver s license can be found on our website You have problems renewing your driver s license When you submit your application for a driver s license the agency must verify your immigration status in a system called SAVE Sometimes the system encounters technical programs or errors in a record If you experience an issue getting your driver s license click here for instructions You want to rent a car There are many car rental agencies in the area for you to rent a car from It can be helpful when you re new to Nashville and looking for a place to live Each rental company may have their own requirements e g minimum age which you must satisfy We suggest calling a few different companies for the best rates You can find a list on our website You want to buy a car Online search engines are a good place to start your search when looking to buy a car Websites like www cars com can help you search for many different types of cars from many different sellers that are close to where you live This way you can compare similar cars from different locations quickly After you find a specific car or small list of specific cars that interest you it is a good idea to contact the seller or dealer and visit them in person Be careful when purchasing a car from an individual on Craigslist or through another ad make sure that you check the car over well and if possible take it to a mechanic to check for possible issues http www vanderbilt edu isss coming to vanderbilt transportation and driving buying a car Campus Life You are not getting emails from ISSS Email isss vanderbilt edu and let us know that you are not receiving our emails and provide us with a valid email address Filling out our Contact Information form is another way to be sure we have all your most up to date information Please remember that any address changes need to be submitted to ISSS within 10 days per immigration regulation http www vanderbilt edu isss contactinfo You want a Vanderbilt ID Card Commodore Card Student ID Card Those new to Vanderbilt will want to get a Commodore Card Student ID Card Your initial card is free lost or stolen cards can be replaced for a fee Dependents can also get an ID card for 10 You can visit the Commodore Card office to get your card Make sure you bring your I 20 DS 2019 passport and a copy of your I 94 http www vanderbilt edu cardservices You need to check the dates for the breaks or the last day of class The Academic Calendar is available online Please note that there are multiple calendars available because schedules vary depending on your school I want to stay in the dorms during official breaks such as Fall Break Thanksgiving Winter Break or Spring Break If you plan to stay on campus during a break you will need to register with the Office of Housing and Residential Education Registration for break access is typically 1 2 weeks before the break You want your family to come for graduation You can request an invitation letter from ISSS if your family is coming to attend your graduation ceremony Please check here for the form You want to study abroad The Global Education Office GEO has resources available for you to research study abroad programs It might be helpful to start off by discussing your goals with a study abroad advisor at GEO who can point you in the right direction and perhaps save you some time in your search Study Abroad Advisors at GEO have walk in advising hours and have divided up the world by country You have an interest in celebrating women and empowering all The Margaret Cuninggim Women s Center leads co curricular campus initiatives related to women s and gender issues creating innovative opportunities to make the Vanderbilt community safer more inclusive and equitable The Women s Center provides resources and coordinates programs on various issues including body image and eating disorders gender equity online bullying parenting and sexual health More information and a calendar of events can be found on the Women s Center website Living in U S You want a cell phone There are many companies near campus that offer cell phone services Verizon AT T Sprint T Mobile etc A Social Security Number is not required to have a contracted phone with most companies You also have the option to not have a contract Many companies offer a list of phones as pre paid so you pay for the service in advance Bring your documents with you when you go to buy your phone I 20 DS 2019 passport I 94 Do your research of the best plans for your needs and don t sign a contract until you are sure it is what you want Vanderbilt does receive discounts from some vendors http its vanderbilt edu cellphone You need to find an apartment ISSS has many resources on our website to help you find Housing Check out http www vanderbilt edu isss coming to vanderbilt housing You want to find a roommate Here are some ideas for finding a roommate Post something to the ISSS Facebook page Ask fellow students in your academic department Post signs on campus bulletin boards You want to legally change your name There are many reasons to change your name If you have been recently married you may use your marriage certificate to notify the necessary government agencies as well as the many private institutions This can be a difficult and time consuming process to locate all of the forms fill them out and locating the proper offices to file them with There are websites that can help you with this process http newlastname org no thank you http www namechangelaw com states tn tennesee htm The name on your I 20 DS 2019 should match the name on your passport If you change any part of your legal name first given name middle name or last family name on your passport this change should be reflected on your I 20 DS 2019 Conversely if you want a different name on your I 20 DS 2019 ISSS will wait for you to change your passport first before updating the I 20 DS 2019 You want to get married You can find specific instructions on how to obtain a marriage license on our website at http www vanderbilt edu isss living and working in us marriage and divorce You want to get a divorce You can find information on filing for a divorce on our website at http www vanderbilt edu isss living and working in us marriage and divorce You moved and need to update your address All change of address should be submitted to ISSS within 10 days of any move as per Immigration regulation 8 C F R 265 1 All current students should also update their address with Vanderbilt University by logging on to YES All staff and faculty should also update their address with Vanderbilt by logging onto C2HR You want to ship a lot of stuff back to your home country Here is a list of shipping companies that ship internationally from Nashville Craters Freighters 131 Jones Boulevard Lavergne TN 37086 Phone 615 777 7447 www cratersandfreightersnashville com Schumacher Cargo Logistics Corporate Office 550 W 135 th Street Gardena CA 90248 562 408 6677 www schumachercargo com Lilly and Associates International Transportation and Logistics www shiplilly com 1 888 464 5459 International Sea Air Shipping www internationalmoving com 1 866 780 3768 You ll need to contact each company to get a price quote to see which company you should choose ISSS cannot recommend one company over the other You want to advocate for international education Connect with students from around the world to share questions tips and stories about studying abroad through Connecting Our World created by NAFSA Association of International Educators Help spread the message about what a meaningful experience studying in another country can be Like the Facebook page too Explore International Education http www nafsa org Explore International Education For Students You received a letter from the Selective Service System If you receive a letter from the Selective Service System Please complete the form marking the exemption statement that you are a non immigrant alien Please look Selective Service System Sample for an example Safety You had something stolen like wallet passport backpack or purse Go to the VUPD and report your item stolen If available you will need to provide copies and or a description of the stolen item You will be issued a police report detailing the incident Don t forget to make an extra copy of the report for your own records For a lost or stolen passport click here are the important steps you will need to follow To report a theft click here If your wallet backpack or purse are stolen try to make a list of all items inside You will want to cancel any active bank credit cards you have and request new ones If your driver s license is stolen contact the DMV for a replacement card Click here for risk reduction tips to help protect your safety You are being harassed by your professor or supervisor First you should come discuss this issue with an ISSS Advisor ISSS will keep your situation confidential Then ISSS can help you file a complaint The Complaint Procedure at Vanderbilt is as follows Any member of the University community who experiences harassment on the basis of his or her race sex religion color national or ethnic origin age disability genetic information sexual orientation gender identity or gender expression should immediately seek assistance through the Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action and Disability Services Department EAD In addition any member of the University community who experiences retaliation after filing or encouraging one to file a complaint of discrimination participating in an investigation of discrimination or opposing discrimination should immediately seek assistance through the EAD The EAD will document the details of the complaint and will conduct a prompt and thorough investigation of the allegations The EAD will explain the process to all parties involved and notify them of the need for confidentiality to be maintained throughout Where appropriate the EAD will facilitate remedial action to protect the parties involved in the process All pertinent documents will be reviewed and appropriate witnesses will be interviewed Following an objective evaluation of the information gathered the EAD will notify the parties of the outcome of the investigation Where appropriate the EAD will facilitate a resolution You or someone you know feels threatened or is experiences personal violence Project Safe provides resources and support for students staff and faculty who have been affected by power based personal violence sexual violence intimate partner violence stalking and identity based targeting They can answer questions and help connect you to resources on and off campus A Victim Resource Specialist is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week by calling the Project Safe Hotline at 615 322 SAFE 7233 If you wish to file a complaint you can contact Project Safe for assistance or directly contact the Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action and Disability Services Department EAD or Vanderbilt University Police Department VUPD If you are in immediate danger contact VUPD The phone number to use in case of an emergency is 911 or 615 421 1911 For non emergencies call 615 322 2745 or 2 2745 from an on campus phone line You want to be alerted to campus emergencies on your mobile phone AlertVU provides information about imminent threats or dangers to the Vanderbilt community such as tornadoes or an active shooter on campus All Vanderbilt students faculty and staff are automatically signed up to receive alerts via their

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  • Update Your Contact Information | International Student & Scholar Services | Vanderbilt University
    Dental Insurance Dependent Insurance Student Health Center Forms Orientation Orientation Schedule Housing Finding a Place to Live Setting Up Your Housing Phone Service Transportation and Driving Public Transportation Obtaining a Driver License Buying a Car Campus and Community Adjusting to Life in the U S English Language Center Public and Campus Safety 9 1 1 User Guide for Emergencies Know Your Rights If Stopped by Police or FBI Identity Theft Protection Nashville Community Religious Communities and Resources Resources for Families Shop Dine and Explore Bars Microbreweries Dance Clubs Pool Halls Bowling Alleys Grocery Stores Movie Theaters Newspapers Now Playing Nashville Public Libraries and Museums Restaurants Shopping Malls Sports Visit Music City Student Recreation Wellness Center Vanderbilt Athletics Vanderbilt Human Resources Vanderbilt Student Organizations and Cultural Activities Immigration F 1 Students Employment Study Guide to The States F 1 Reinstatement Information Change of Major Change of Level Reduced Course Load Authorization Form Student I 20 DS 2019 Extension J 1 Interns Evaulation Two Year Home Country Residency Requirement J 1 Violation J 1 Scholars Scholar Extension Categories Bars on Repeat Participation Two Year Home Country Residency Requirement Occasional Lectures and Consultations Departure and Research Abroad J 1 Violation J 1 Students Employment J 1 Violation Two Year Home Country Residency Requirement Change of Major Change of Level Student I 20 DS 2019 Extension Form Dependents Departure Form Document Mailing Options Transfer Out Procedures Translation Services Travel Tips for Applying for a Visa U S Immigration Agencies and Information U S Immigration Scams Report Immigration Scams Living and Working in the U S Annual Tax Filing International Tax Topics and Links FICA Tax Exemptions Tax Treaties English Conversation Sessions Finding a Job Housing Legal Resources Immigration Attorneys Marriage and Divorce Phone Service Transportation and Driving Social Security Number SSN Storage Facilities Where

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  • iLens – Hannah Arendt | International Student & Scholar Services | Vanderbilt University
    Your Housing Phone Service Transportation and Driving Public Transportation Obtaining a Driver License Buying a Car Campus and Community Adjusting to Life in the U S English Language Center Public and Campus Safety 9 1 1 User Guide for Emergencies Know Your Rights If Stopped by Police or FBI Identity Theft Protection Nashville Community Religious Communities and Resources Resources for Families Shop Dine and Explore Bars Microbreweries Dance Clubs Pool Halls Bowling Alleys Grocery Stores Movie Theaters Newspapers Now Playing Nashville Public Libraries and Museums Restaurants Shopping Malls Sports Visit Music City Student Recreation Wellness Center Vanderbilt Athletics Vanderbilt Human Resources Vanderbilt Student Organizations and Cultural Activities Immigration F 1 Students Employment Study Guide to The States F 1 Reinstatement Information Change of Major Change of Level Reduced Course Load Authorization Form Student I 20 DS 2019 Extension J 1 Interns Evaulation Two Year Home Country Residency Requirement J 1 Violation J 1 Scholars Scholar Extension Categories Bars on Repeat Participation Two Year Home Country Residency Requirement Occasional Lectures and Consultations Departure and Research Abroad J 1 Violation J 1 Students Employment J 1 Violation Two Year Home Country Residency Requirement Change of Major Change of Level Student I 20 DS 2019 Extension Form Dependents Departure Form Document Mailing Options Transfer Out Procedures Translation Services Travel Tips for Applying for a Visa U S Immigration Agencies and Information U S Immigration Scams Report Immigration Scams Living and Working in the U S Annual Tax Filing International Tax Topics and Links FICA Tax Exemptions Tax Treaties English Conversation Sessions Finding a Job Housing Legal Resources Immigration Attorneys Marriage and Divorce Phone Service Transportation and Driving Social Security Number SSN Storage Facilities Where to go for Health Care Home Activities Everyone iLens Hannah Arendt iLens Hannah Arendt February 16 2016 07 30

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  • World on Wednesday – February 17th | International Student & Scholar Services | Vanderbilt University
    Finding a Place to Live Setting Up Your Housing Phone Service Transportation and Driving Public Transportation Obtaining a Driver License Buying a Car Campus and Community Adjusting to Life in the U S English Language Center Public and Campus Safety 9 1 1 User Guide for Emergencies Know Your Rights If Stopped by Police or FBI Identity Theft Protection Nashville Community Religious Communities and Resources Resources for Families Shop Dine and Explore Bars Microbreweries Dance Clubs Pool Halls Bowling Alleys Grocery Stores Movie Theaters Newspapers Now Playing Nashville Public Libraries and Museums Restaurants Shopping Malls Sports Visit Music City Student Recreation Wellness Center Vanderbilt Athletics Vanderbilt Human Resources Vanderbilt Student Organizations and Cultural Activities Immigration F 1 Students Employment Study Guide to The States F 1 Reinstatement Information Change of Major Change of Level Reduced Course Load Authorization Form Student I 20 DS 2019 Extension J 1 Interns Evaulation Two Year Home Country Residency Requirement J 1 Violation J 1 Scholars Scholar Extension Categories Bars on Repeat Participation Two Year Home Country Residency Requirement Occasional Lectures and Consultations Departure and Research Abroad J 1 Violation J 1 Students Employment J 1 Violation Two Year Home Country Residency Requirement Change of Major Change of Level Student I 20 DS 2019 Extension Form Dependents Departure Form Document Mailing Options Transfer Out Procedures Translation Services Travel Tips for Applying for a Visa U S Immigration Agencies and Information U S Immigration Scams Report Immigration Scams Living and Working in the U S Annual Tax Filing International Tax Topics and Links FICA Tax Exemptions Tax Treaties English Conversation Sessions Finding a Job Housing Legal Resources Immigration Attorneys Marriage and Divorce Phone Service Transportation and Driving Social Security Number SSN Storage Facilities Where to go for Health Care Home Activities Everyone World on Wednesday February

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